Monmouth County NJ Divorce Lawyers
Goldstein Bachman & Newman
Proudly Serving Monmouth, Middlesex and Ocean Counties
Goldstein, Bachman & Newman is a well-established New Jersey law firm offering high-quality legal services in a variety of practice areas. From our main office in Old Bridge, with satellite offices in Freehold/Manalapan and Eatontown, our law firm serves clients throughout Central New Jersey, including Middlesex County and Monmouth County and Ocean County.
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Vigorous Representation for Individuals With Legal Questions
We provide legal services in both civil and criminal legal matters. Our areas of focus include divorce and family law, especially complex divorces and other family law disputes among families with high asset levels; and child custody conflicts, including divorce decree modifications based on parental relocation.
We also offer legal services in the areas of estate planning and bankruptcy. Our criminal law attorneys provide discreet and aggressive defense in cases involving DUI arrests, traffic violations, and drug crimes.
A complete list of all the areas in which we practice can be found on the Practice Areas page of this Web site.
Thorough and Efficient Legal Counsel for Businesses
At Goldstein, Bachman & Newman, we conduct a limited but high-quality practice in the area of commercial and business law. Our clients include financial institutions, mortgage companies and other medium-sized New Jersey companies.
At Goldstein, Bachman & Newman, our attorneys have sterling academic credentials and strong community ties, and we demonstrate the strictest personal and professional ethics. We are passionately committed to the needs of our clients.
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