South Jersey Divorce Attorneys

The Musulin Law Firm, LLC, is a full-service family law firm located in historic Mount Holly directly across from the New Jersey Superior Court, Burlington County, in Southern New Jersey. The law firm's sole purpose is to assist people and families in the reorganization of their lives. Christopher Musulin, and his legal team, practices exclusively in family law, divorce law and divorce mediation. The founder of the firm, Christopher Musulin, has practiced as a matrimonial and family law attorney as well as a family law and divorce mediator for over 25 years.

The firm draws clientele from all over the United States and overseas whose cases are presently or potentially venued in South Jersey counties such as, but not limited to, Burlington County, Camden County, Gloucester County and Mercer County.

To schedule a consultation, please contact a South Jersey divorce lawyer or call 609-267-0070 today.

At Musulin Law Firm, LLC, exemplary skills and client focus have earned Attorney Chris Musulin the respect of legal adversaries and referrals from clients across South Jersey who appreciate the effective negotiation of solutions both legally sound and resistant to future litigation. Your consultation will describe the legal options that apply to your particular set of circumstances. Your initial consultation will enable you to make informed decisions about how to move forward with your divorce or family law matter.

Christopher R. Musulin's alimony article, "To Guideline, Or Not To Guideline; That Is Not The Correct Question"  has been published in the New Jersey Family Lawyer, Vol. 33, No. 1/June 2012.

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Please see our In The News: Christopher Musulin, Esquire, has recently been published in the New Jersey Family Lawyer, Volume 35, No. 1 - September 2014 issue for his article "Commentary: Celebrated: The MESP is 35." Click on the ARTICLES page to read the actual article.

Also, Christopher Musulin has been asked to speak at the 2015 Family Law Symposium in New Brunswick on January 24, 2015, with regard to Alimony and Retirement, Prospective and Active Retirement, and Social Sciences Underpinning Retirement Issues.

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