Divorce
Experts

Divorce
Experts

Divorce Experts

When divorce becomes game on, choosing to equip yourself with a team of divorce experts is the smart play. You could wait for your ex to lead the charge, or you can take control, assess your situation and plan a successful divorce strategy that works for your family and your future.

Featured Divorce Experts

Jessica Ragno Sprague

Jessica Ragno Sprague is a divorce and family law expert. A Certified Matrimonial Attorney, on the New Jersey Super Lawyers Rising Stars list, and Top 10 Under 40 list, she is dedicated to serving the best interests of her clients in all matters related to divorce, child custody, child support, alimony and the division of assets. She also receives regular appointments from the Probate Division of the Passaic County Superior Court to represent alleged incapacitated persons in Guardianship applications.

Carmela Novi

Carmela Novi is a family law expert, designated by the New Jersey Supreme Court as a Certified Matrimonial Attorney, a certification achieved by only 2% of attorneys in the state. She is also on the New Jersey Super Lawyers Rising Stars list, and a recipient of the AIOFLA 10 Best Client Satisfaction for Family Law award.

Carmela has litigated cases throughout the state of New Jersey involving every aspect of divorce and family law, including but not limited to: divorce; annulments; child custody and parenting time; child support.

Robyn Howlett

Robyn is a divorce and family law expert, admitted to the NJ and NY Bar. A recipient of the 10 Best Client Satisfaction for Family Law in New Jersey by the AIOFLA, and on the New Jersey Super Lawyers Rising Star list.

Robyn works exclusively on divorce and family law matters, with extensive experience litigating contested issues of child custody, divorce, parenting time, child support, alimony, equitable distribution of assets, and domestic violence matters.

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