Providing Unique Skills And Options
Divorce and family law cases are about protection and setting a better course for the future based on unambiguous agreements. We evaluate options together with our clients. While we always strive for favorable and fair settlements through mediation and negotiation, we are determined to achieve our clients' goals and needs through trial and even appellate representation if necessary. By being strong negotiators, we often get feuding parties to come together, and we uncover opportunities for our clients to receive the most favorable deal possible under their circumstances.
Special Interest In Mental Health Issues And High Conflict Matters
Jonathan D. Gordon has been practicing Law since 1998. He also has an extensive background and experience as a NJ Licensed Psychologist (#1358) prior to becoming an attorney. Accordingly, he has a special interest and insight in matters where mental health issues exist. This includes, but is not limited to high conflict child custody disputes, parenting time disputes, parental alienation, high conflict divorce, domestic violence, child abuse and cases where substance abuse is an issue. Jonathan D. Gordon, who is also a NJ Licensed Psychologist (#1358) and former N.J. Deputy Attorney General who represented the Division of Child Protection and Permanency (formerly DYFS), is familiar with the issues that arise in forensic child custody evaluations by mental health professionals. He frequently consults with therapists and educational specialists regarding child-related issues in divorce and custody disputes. Jonathan D. Gordon writes a blog on psychological issues that arise in Family Court.