Dover, New Jersey
Our firm's lawyers serve the community and businesses of Morris County. Our New Jersey attorneys serve Dover's wide range of legal issues, in court, before agencies and in transactions.Legal Services
Our attorneys strive to achieve the best possible outcome for our clients. Our attorneys help people and businesses plan to avoid having any problems arise. If problems do arise, our attorneys help resolve them through negotiating settlements, a quick and less expensive method, in order to accommodate our clients’ situation appropriately.
When problems cannot be avoided or resolved through negotiations, our attorneys have years of litigation experience. We represent the people and businesses of Dover in a wide range of issues and our attorneys fight aggressively to protect our clients’ rights.
Not only do our attorneys handle legal disputes through litigation and negotiations, but we help people obtain relief from debt and clear records of criminal convictions. We offer Chapter 7 and 13 bankruptcy protection for those in debt. We also help productive citizens clear criminal records by pursuing expungements.
To learn more about our wide variety of services, please visit our practice areas page.About Dover, New Jersey
Dover Township is located in Morris County. Dover's rich history stretches back to when iron ore was the principal income for settlers of the township. It is filled with parks such as Hamilton Field, JFK Memorial Commons Park and the Crescent Field, which hosts Dover's annual Colombian Festival. Dover is considered a “walking town” due to its borders all being within one half mile from its downtown. Dover's downtown has many eateries.Legal Matters Heard in Court From Dover, New Jersey
The Municipal Court of Dover handles local ordinance violations, traffic offenses, and minor criminal matters. The Superior Court of New Jersey, located in Morristown, New Jersey, hears civil cases, expungements, and landlord/tenant disputes. Appeals are heard by the Superior Court's Appellate Division and the New Jersey Supreme Court. The United States District Court handles federal cases; the United States Bankruptcy Court handles Dover bankruptcies. Dover's Zoning and Planning Boards hear Dover’s zoning and land use matters.Contact Us
To learn more about what our Dover lawyers attorneys can do to help, please e-mail or call us at (973) 890-0004.