150 N. Michigan Ave. Ste. 1420
Chicago, IL 60601

Jerry S. D'Aniello

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Snyder Sarno D'Aniello Maceri & da Costa LLC

Contact Information

One Grande Commons
440 Route 22 East
Suite 170
Bridgewater NJ 08807
Work 908-927-0200
Fax 908-927-0207

425 Eagle Rock Ave
Suite 202
Roseland NJ 07068
Work 973-274-5200
Fax 973-274-5202

Continental Plaza
401 Hackensack Avenue
Suite 706
Hackensack NJ 07601
Work 2014883366
Fax 2014881366


Practice State

New Jersey

Emphasis

Traditional Client Representation, Litigation, Mediation and Arbitration

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Counties

  • Bergen, New Jersey
  • Essex, New Jersey
  • Hudson, New Jersey
  • Hunterdon, New Jersey
  • Mercer, New Jersey
  • Middlesex, New Jersey
  • Monmouth, New Jersey
  • Morris, New Jersey
  • Passaic, New Jersey
  • Somerset, New Jersey
  • Sussex, New Jersey
  • Union, New Jersey
  • Warren, New Jersey

Legal Organizations

Somerset County Bar Foundation - Board of Trustees 2011-present; New Jersey State Bar Association - Executive Committee, Family Law Section 2005-2006, 2009-2011; New Jersey Supreme Court Office of Attorney Ethics - District XIII Attorney Ethics Committee 2004-2009; Somerset County Bar Association 1995-present; American Bar Association; New Jersey State Bar Association 1995-present; Vicinage 13 Family Law Inn of Court, Chair of Program Committee 2008-2009.

Awards

Certified by Supreme Court of New Jersey as Matrimonial Law Attorney; Selected in Top 100: 2017 New Jersey Super Lawyers published by Thomson Reuters; Named among New Jersey Super Lawyers consecutively from 2010 to 2017; Named among the Best Lawyers in America for his work in the practice area of Family Law - 2013; AV - Preeminent Peer Review Rating through Martindale Hubbell; Arbitrator having successfully completed the AAML Arbitration Training Institute; Named among the New Jersey Super Lawyers-Rising Stars for 2006 and 2007; Top 10 Attorneys Under 40 in Family Law in 2003; Trained in Collaborative Law.

CLE Presentations

Lecturer, “A Lawyers Guide to NJ Family Law,” New Jersey Continuing Legal Education, December 3, 2016; Lecturer, “A Lawyers Guide to NJ Family Law Procedure,” New Jersey Continuing Legal Education, December 3, 2016; Lecturer, “New Attorney Day- Family Law,” New Jersey Continuing Legal Education, October 1, 2016; Lecturer, “Matrimonial Math,” New Jersey Continuing Legal Education, June 17, 2016; Lecturer, “A Lawyers Guide to NJ Family Law,” New Jersey Continuing Legal Education, January 13, 2016; Lecturer, “Matrimonial Math: 9 Key,” New Jersey Continuing Legal Education, October 24, 2015; Lecturer, "Family Law 102: Procedure," New Jersey State Bar Association, June 22, 2013; Lecturer, "Introduction to New Jersey Family Law Practice," New Jersey State Bar Association, February 16, 2013, April 20, 2013; "Divorce Law: What Every Therapist Should Know,"Co-author, pamphlet, 2013; Lecturer, "Introduction to New Jersey Family Law: The Substance," New Jersey State Bar Association, December 13, 2012; Lecturer, "Evidence for Family Lawyers," New Jersey State Bar Association, August 13, 2012, October 27, 2012; Lecturer, "Introduction to New Jersey Family Law Practice," New Jersey State Bar Association, May 1, 2012; "Considering Arbitration: Is It the Right Process for You and What Questions Should you Ask when Selecting an Arbitrator?," New Jersey Divorce Arbitrators Association, July 2011; Lecturer, "Technology Related Tort Claims in Family Law Matters," Family Law Section of New Jersey State Bar Association Annual Convention, April 2011, Bahamas; "The Divorce Case Involving Children with Special Needs: Areas to Consider When Constructing a Matrimonial Settlement Agreement,", New Jersey Family Lawyer, Vol. 32, No. 2, 2011; Lecturer, "Family Law 101," New Jersey State Bar Association, December 11, 2010; Lecturer, "Divorce and the Special Needs Child," New Jersey State Bar Association, November 22, 2010; Lecturer, "Hot Tips in Family Law-Trial Strategy: Calling the Opposing Party As Your First Witness in a Divorce Case," New Jersey State Bar Association, October 2, 2010; Lecturer, "Divorce and the Special Needs Child," New Jersey State Bar Association Annual Conference and NJ Institute for Continuing Legal Education, May 19, 2010; "Something Old is New Again: The pros and cons of divorce from bed and board," New Jersey Law Journal, December 14, 2009; Moderator, "Hot Tips To Get You Through Not So Hot Times," New Jersey State Bar Association Mid-Year Meeting - San Francisco, CA, November 5, 2009; Lecturer, "Hot Tips in Family Law 2009: Judicial Notice and Burdens of Persuasion," NJ Institute for Continuing Legal Education, October 3, 2009; Lecturer, "Bankruptcy Issues in Divorce Cases," New Jersey State Bar Association Family Law Section Annual Retreat, March 19, 2009; "Something Old is New Again: Divorce from Bed and Board – Pros and Cons," I.C.L.E. Family Law Symposium, October 2009; Lecturer, "Attorneys' Liens," Somerset County Bar Association Family Law Committee, May 9, 2007; Lecturer, Divorce Law, New Jersey State Bar Foundation, November 2, 2006; Lecturer, Divorce Law, New Jersey State Bar Foundation, January 11, 2006; Lecturer, "Relevant Key Evidence Rules in Matrimonial Law," 2005 Family Law Summer Institute, Institute for Continuing Legal Education; Lecturer, "Equitable Distribution and Taxation for Family Lawyers," Institute for Continuing Legal Education, August 4, 2004; Lecturer, "Weishaus and the Alimony Analysis," The Hottest Issues Confronting Matrimonial Lawyers, Association of Trial Lawyers of America, June 12, 2004; "Third-Party Marital Contributions: How Will Weishaus Affect Alimony?," New Jersey Lawyer, January 19, 2004, cited as 13 N.J.L. 148 (2004); Lecturer, "Stock Options," Divorce Law Seminar, New Jersey State Bar Association Annual Convention, 2002; Lecturer, "Counsel Fees," New Jersey State Bar Association Annual Convention, 2001; Lecturer, 2000 Family Law Summer Institute.; "Counsel Fees: Is There A Better Way?," I.C.L.E. Family Law Symposium, January 1997; "Dissipation of Marital Assets-Equitable Distribution of Debt," I.C.L.E. Family Law Symposium, January 1996

Author

Author, Child Support During College, September 14, 2015; Co-Author, Matrimonial Early Settlement Panels: What They Do and Why They Are Important, February 6, 2014; Co-Author, Divorce Law: What Every Therapist Should Know, pamphlet, 2013; "The Divorce Case Involving Children with Special Needs," New Jersey Family Lawyer, September 2011; "Trial Strategy: Calling the Defendant as Your First Witness in a Divorce Case," New Jersey Law Journal, November 8, 2010; "Something Old is New Again: The Pros and Cons of Divorce From Bed and Board," New Jersey Law Journal, December 14, 2009; "Third-Party Marital Contributions: How Will Weishaus Affect Alimony?," New Jersey Lawyer, January 19, 2004, cited as 13 N.J.L. 148 (2004); Co-Author, "Counsel Fees: Is There A Better Way?," NJ Institute for Continuing Legal Education, Family Law Symposium, January 1997; Co-Author, "Dissipation of Marital Assets - Equitable Distribution of Debt," NJ Institute for Continuing Legal Education, Family Law Symposium, January 1996.

AAML Chapter

American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers, New Jersey Chapter - Immediate Past President of New Jersey Chapter 2019-2020; American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers, New Jersey Chapter - President of New Jersey Chapter 2018-2019;American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers, New Jersey Chapter - President Elect of New Jersey Chapter 2017-2018; American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers, New Jersey Chapter - Officer serving as First Vice President 2016-2017; Chair of Sponsorship Committee 2011-present; Board of Managers 2011-2013.

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