Millburn, New Jersey Lawyers
Practice limited to family law litigation & mediation and Gay & Lesbian family law matters in the Trial, Appellate and Supreme Courts of the New Jersey family court system. Certified Family Law Trial Attorney by the N.J. Supreme Court; Certified New Jersey Family Law Mediator; Family Law Economic Mediator in Union, Essex, Morris, Somerset, Hunterdon, Middlesex and Monmouth Counties as part of the NJ Superior Court's Economic Mediation Program for resolution of family law matters in the NJ family court system; Member of the Essex, Union and Somerset Counties Early Settlement Panel (ESP); and a member...
A seasoned and compassionate attorney specializing in municipal court, criminal law, personal injury and medical malpractice.Specialties include helping teenagers with drug and alcohol offenses get on the right path. Women with breast cancer should contact the firm to see if a delay in diagnosis contributed to necessary radical surgery and chemotherapy. Telephone consultations are free of charge on any legal issue. The firm has a wide referral network to handle all legal problems.
Scott Yaffee represents a variety of construction clients in New York and New Jersey, including general and prime contractors, subcontractors, sub-subcontractors, sureties and material and equipment suppliers.
Sergio Simoes has significant experience in appellate practice before the Supreme Court of New Jersey and the Appellate Division of the Superior Court of New Jersey. He also concentrates his practice in Employment Law and Residential Real Estate.
John Schmidt, Jr. concentrates his practiced in the areas of employment litigation (including whistleblower claims, discrimination, breach of contract, wrongful discharge, and violation of restrictive covenant matters), traditional labor matters, and general corporate and commercial litigation.
Thomas Sateary concentrates his practice in the areas of automotive law, contract law, defense of automobile distributors and dealers against breach of warranty and “lemon law” actions. He also represents applicants before municipal planning boards and zoning boards of adjustment.
Scott Terry has more than twenty-five years of experience in all aspects of real estate law, including acquisitions, leasing, financings, loan workouts, foreclosures, and cooperative and condominium law. He has represented both individuals and developers in their real estate transactions. Scott also provides representation for estate administration and municipal court matters.
James Estabrook has devoted most of his thirty years with the firm attending to the legal requirements of privately held businesses. Jim has developed several areas of emphasis including federal and state estate and gift taxation, ERISA and employee benefits law.
Kathleen Connelly concentrates her practice in Employment Law. She has more than 20 years of experience representing employers and individual members of management in both the private and public sectors in preventative counseling, litigation defense and dispute resolution, workplace investigations, employee handbooks, policies and training.
David Hardin concentrates his practice in the areas of wills, trusts and estates, corporate law and real estate law. His professional practice focuses on advising individual and corporate clients with respect to estate and gift tax planning and estate administration, acquisitions and sales of real estate, and the formation and operation of business enterprises. David is a Fellow of the American College of Trust and Estate Counsel. He served a term as Chair of the Real Property, Probate and Trust Law Section of the New Jersey State Bar Association. Prior to holding that position, he served as a Section...
Since joining Lindabury’s Alternative Dispute Resolution practice in 2002, John Boyle has provided mediation or arbitration services in over 700 matters, covering a wide range of legal disputes. He is a former Presiding Judge in the Equity Part of the Chancery Division, Superior Court, Union County, where he served for 10 years. For the balance of the more than 17 years he was on the bench, Mr. Boyle was judge in the Probate and Matrimonial Parts of the Chancery Division and in the Law Division handling jury trials.
In the course of providing legal services to clients, John often assists them in defining, planning, and meeting their personal and business needs in areas including individual and corporate tax planning, business transactions, estate planning and probate administration, and employee benefits. In addition, he provides legal representation to charitable nonprofit corporations, including private foundations and hospitals.