Charles J. Meyer, is a shareholder at Hofstein Weiner & Meyer, where he represents clients in all aspects of domestic relations law, including negotiations leading to prenuptial, postnuptial and co-habitation agreements, alimony, child support, and the investigation and litigation of the financial and economic issues related to the dissolution of marriage and co-habitations. His clients include high net worth individuals, professional athletes, entertainers and entrepreneurs.
A native of Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, Mr. Meyer received his Bachelor of Science, cum laude, from Temple University, and his J.D. from Temple University School of Law in 1986. Following law school, he served for many years in the District Attorney’s office in Manhattan, where he led investigations, prosecutions and trials, including multi-subject wiretap investigations. Nationally recognized for his advocacy, he has been rated AV from Martindale Hubbell and selected as a SuperLawyer by Law and Politics Magazine, including being selected as a Top 100 SuperLawyer for both Philadelphia and Pennsylvania. Most recently, Mr. Meyer was one of ten family law practitioners in the Philadelphia area selected to participate in the Ten Leaders Program.
He is admitted to the Bars of New York and Pennsylvania and is an active member of the Pennsylvania Bar Association, Philadelphia Bar Association and Montgomery Bar Association. He served as Chair of the Young Lawyers Division of the Philadelphia Bar Association, as well as a member of its Board of Governors, Commission on Judicial Selection and Retention, Campaign for Qualified Judges, its Long Range Planning Committee and the Nominating Committee. In addition, he served as a trustee of the Philadelphia Bar Foundation and as a Board member of the Golden Slipper Club. He is presently a Board member of Boys Town Jerusalem for the Mid-Atlantic region. Mr. Meyer is a fellow of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers, and presents lectures and authors articles on significant and cutting-edge domestic relations and related litigation issues, including as a course planner and moderator for the Pennsylvania Bar Institute in multiple seminars.
Charlie, his wife and six children live in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania