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

Sheryl J. Seiden

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Seiden Family Law, LLC

Contact Information

1130 Raritan Road
Suite 3
Cranford NJ 07016
Work (908) 324-5400
Fax (908) 324-5401


Practice State

New Jersey

Emphasis

Providing family law clients with exceptional legal services in a strategic, solution-oriented, and supportive manner. In addition to traditional matrimonial cases, Ms. Seiden has handled complex cases and matrimonial issues with jurisdictional issues involving other states and countries.

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Counties

  • Essex, New Jersey
  • Hudson, New Jersey
  • Middlesex, New Jersey
  • Morris, New Jersey
  • Passaic, New Jersey
  • Somerset, New Jersey
  • Union, New Jersey

Legal Organizations

Officer of the Family Law Executive Committee of the Family Law Section of the New Jersey State Bar Association; Union County Bar Association Member Since 2003; Essex County Bar Association Member since 2003.

Awards

I have been named as a Best Lawyer for the years 2015, 2016 and 2017. I also was nominated by Super Lawyers for the last several years. Prior thereto, i was named as a "Rising Star" by Super Lawyers since 2006; I graduated Magna Cum Laude from Law School where I served as the Managing Editor of Law Review; I participated in the ABA Family Law Trial Advocacy Program in May 2006 an eight day trial training program.

CLE Presentations

"How To Manage Difficult Clients" - presented in September 2016; "Legislative Happenings in Trenton" - presented at the Family Law Symposium in January 2016. "Parental Alienation - Identifying and Defining It" - presented December 2015 "Review of Relocation Laws" - presented at the Family Law Symposium January 2015 "Review of Case Information Statements" in January 2014 and Spring 2014 "How to Prove a Dissipation Claim" "How To Take a Case Through the Court System" 2008, 2009 and 2010.

Author

"Equitable Distribution Should be Equitable Not Equal" "Parental Alienation - Identifying and Addressing the Problem" "Reexamining Our Relocation Laws" "How to Prove a Dissipation Claim and How to Protect Against Dissipation" "How to Effectively Prepare a Case Information Statement" "Happenings in Trenton - a panel presentation" "Top Alimony Cases in New Jersey" "Equitably Distributing Executive Compensation"

AAML Chapter

I have served on the amicus committee and argued as amicus for the AAML - NJ chapter in Gnall v. Gnall in November 2014.

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