Mitchell S. Arons
Divorce Law - Hackensack, NJ

From my first matrimonial case, I have felt I was making a difference. It's an intensely personal part of the law, and what happens in each case really matters to people. Many attorneys avoid matrimonial law simply because of what they see as too much emotion, too much "social work." To be effective, it is critical to be a sympathetic listener. I enjoy the multi-disciplinary aspect of my work. I necessarily wear a lot of hats; I am comfortable with all of them.

Our firm's practice represents all ranges of the income spectrum - from workers with modest paychecks to people with multi-million-dollar estates. When a client comes to our firm, we attempt to pair them with the attorney or attorneys with which they will be the most comfortable. Since the nature of our practice is accommodating and flexible (a group of people with a variety of skill sets), we are in a position to best serve our clients.

If there is a common philosophy at our firm, I'd say it's a commitment to damage-control in every case - no one here is interested in feeding unreasonable expectations. We look to preserve the relationship among the family members - particularly children. We always ask our clients: Is that decision going to promote your family's growth? We seek to protect the family; not all attorneys do.

At the end of the day that philosophy of doing what's right ultimately benefits everyone - that is how we've built our practice.

Mitchell S. Arons
"Many attorneys avoid matrimonial law simply because of what they see as too much emotion, too much "social work." To be effective, it is critical to be a sympathetic listener. I enjoy the multi-disciplinary aspect of my work. I necessarily wear a lot of hats; I am comfortable with all of them. "
Phone: (201) 487-1199
Fax: (201) 487-9109
 
 
Education
University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pa., B.A., 1984
Emory University Law School, J.D. 1987

COMPILED OCTOBER 2004
 
2009-03-19 08:13:30