Gwyneth Murray-Nolan, Senior Counsel
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B.A., Saint Mary’s College, Notre Dame, 1999. J.D., Villanova University School of Law, 2002. Admitted to the New Jersey Bar and the U.S. District Court for the District of New Jersey, 2002. Admitted to the District of Columbia Bar and the New York Bar, 2010.
Ms. Murray-Nolan has been associated with the firm since 2006. Ms. Murray-Nolan specializes in the defense of civil matters, commercial litigation/insurance defense, products liability and construction and consumer fraud litigation. She has extensive trial experience in the State of New Jersey in a wide variety of practice areas including criminal law, family law and personal injury. Ms. Murray-Nolan is a Member of the Morris County Bar Association, a Member of the New Jersey State Bar Association, a Morris County Special Civil Division Mediator, and a Member of the American Bar Association.
Divorce, Child Custody, Alimony, Child Support and Domestic Violence
Divorce can be a frightening and emotionally challenging period in an individual’s life. Getting a divorce is an important decision. A divorce is the legal end to your marriage. During your initial consultation, Gwyneth K. Murray-Nolan will offer you direction in order to assess your situation and advise you of the best legal decision for you to protect your assets and secure your future.
Your divorce lawyer will act as your advocate in front of the court and advise you on laws involving children, support, and asset division. Your divorce lawyer acts as your advocate and negotiates an agreement that is in your best interest. If an agreement cannot be reached, your divorce lawyer will represent you in court.
Your divorce lawyer can also act as a Mediator between you and your spouse, as well as your spouse’s attorney, in order to get you what you want! Your lawyer can help the parties to reach an Agreement, without further escalating the trauma between family members.
In case of domestic violence, contact a lawyer immediately. You should have a lawyer to represent you in court if you are charged with Domestic Violence or if you are seeking a Domestic Violence Restraining Order against your spouse/domestic partner/boyfriend or girlfriend. Domestic violence affects all members of the family. Please consult Ms. Murray-Nolan if you are in need to inquire about orders of protection and other available resources.
Child support, custody and visitation/parenting time are all descriptive terms for the schedule of time that parents spend with their children after separating and/or divorcing. Your attorney will help you to understand custody laws, parenting time, and child support guidelines. You are entitled to have your child/ren supported. As a parent, you are entitled to time spend time with your child/ren. Contact your lawyer in order to discuss all of your options.
Alimony is a measure of support to which some parties are entitled, depending on the facts and circumstances of their marriage. Ms. Murray-Nolan can help you to know when alimony will be paid, how much alimony will be paid, and how to determine what is the best decision to protect you and your financial future.
Post-judgment modifications occur after divorce when there is a change of circumstance, such as a significant change in income or the residential move of a custodial parent. Your attorney can help you to petition the court to get what you want.
Ms. Murray-Nolan is an experienced divorce lawyer who knows how to protect her clients and get them what they want. Call today for an initial consultation to learn how to protect your financial and emotional future. Ms. Murray-Nolan aggressively asserts her client’s rights in order to efficiently satisfy her client’s needs throughout litigation or mediation. Divorce can be a complicated process in which there are multiple documents to file with the court and at least one court appearance before a judge. Ms. Murray-Nolan will guide you through this experience and give you information in regard to your children, support, and asset division. Ms. Murray-Nolan will advise you of your rights, and help you through the progression of your case with an understanding of each client’s objective.
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