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Jennifer E. Presti, Counsel

Jennifer E. Presti

Jennifer E. Presti

Counsel

jpresti@lawfirm.ms

3 Becker Farm Road, Suite 105
Roseland, NJ 07068
Tel: 973-736-4600 x154
Direct Dial: 973.228.1795
Fax: 973-325-7467

Jennifer E. Presti is Counsel to the firm, focusing her practice on the areas of family, trust, estate and guardianship litigation. Jennifer is an experienced litigator, actively involved in all stages of each matter with her clients including arguing motions, mediation, arbitration, and if necessary, trial. Jennifer regularly appears before Superior Court Judges throughout New Jersey and has argued before the New Jersey Appellate Division.

Jennifer is admitted to practice in New Jersey and in the United States District Court for the District of New Jersey. She is a member of the Essex County Bar Association, Monmouth County Bar Association, New Jersey State Bar Association, and the Barry Croland Family Law Inns of Court. Jennifer was recently elected to the Board of Directors for the Mental Health Association of Morris & Essex. Prior to joining Mandelbaum Salsburg, Jennifer worked as a law clerk to the Honorable Siobhan A. Teare, J.S.C. in the New Jersey Superior Court, Chancery Division, Family Part, Essex County.

Since the conclusion of her judicial clerkship, Jennifer has devoted her practice to matrimonial and family law matters.

Barry Croland Family Law Inns of Court
Essex County Bar Association
Monmouth County Bar Association
NJSBA Young Lawyers’ Division

"Social Media: Questions of Admissibility and Ethics, Part 2 of 2," Matrimonial Strategist, December 2017. Click here to read article.

"Social Media: Questions of Admissibility and Ethics, Part 1 of 2," Matrimonial Strategist, November 2017. Click here to read article

"Domestic Violence, Siblings and Covert Surveilance," Family Law Alert, May 2017. Click here to read article. 

“Intellectual Property and Divorce: An Evolving Frontier in Asset Division,” Valuation Strategies Thomson Reuters, September 29, 2016. Click here to read article.

“Great, I’m Divorced, Now What? A primer for the newly divorced individual,” New Jersey Law Journal, June 17, 2016. Click here to read article.

“Alimony Reform in 2014: A Review,” The Matrimonial Strategist, March 1, 2015

Overview

Jennifer E. Presti is Counsel to the firm, focusing her practice on the areas of family, trust, estate and guardianship litigation. Jennifer is an experienced litigator, actively involved in all stages of each matter with her clients including arguing motions, mediation, arbitration, and if necessary, trial. Jennifer regularly appears before Superior Court Judges throughout New Jersey and has argued before the New Jersey Appellate Division.

Jennifer is admitted to practice in New Jersey and in the United States District Court for the District of New Jersey. She is a member of the Essex County Bar Association, Monmouth County Bar Association, New Jersey State Bar Association, and the Barry Croland Family Law Inns of Court. Jennifer was recently elected to the Board of Directors for the Mental Health Association of Morris & Essex. Prior to joining Mandelbaum Salsburg, Jennifer worked as a law clerk to the Honorable Siobhan A. Teare, J.S.C. in the New Jersey Superior Court, Chancery Division, Family Part, Essex County.

Experience

Since the conclusion of her judicial clerkship, Jennifer has devoted her practice to matrimonial and family law matters.

Professional Affiliations

Barry Croland Family Law Inns of Court

Essex County Bar Association

Monmouth County Bar Association

NJSBA Young Lawyers’ Division

Publications

"Social Media: Questions of Admissibility and Ethics, Part 2 of 2," Matrimonial Strategist, December 2017. Click here to read article.

"Social Media: Questions of Admissibility and Ethics, Part 1 of 2," Matrimonial Strategist, November 2017. Click here to read article

"Domestic Violence, Siblings and Covert Surveilance," Family Law Alert, May 2017. Click here to read article. 

“Intellectual Property and Divorce: An Evolving Frontier in Asset Division,” Valuation Strategies Thomson Reuters, September 29, 2016. Click here to read article.

“Great, I’m Divorced, Now What? A primer for the newly divorced individual,” New Jersey Law Journal, June 17, 2016. Click here to read article.

“Alimony Reform in 2014: A Review,” The Matrimonial Strategist, March 1, 2015

Admissions

State of New Jersey

United States District Court for the District of New Jersey

Education

Rutgers Law School, J.D.

Fairfield University, B.A.

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