Trenton Attorneys

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We first hired an attorney to fight a credit card company who posted all our payments to a nonexistent... more
Trenton  John A. Zimnis

John Zimnis

Trenton, NJ Bankruptcy & Debt
Avvo rating 6.4
Mrs Mahoney is a really good lawyer, she will take your calls and e-mails and knows alot about employment... more
Trenton  Jennifer Meyer-Mahoney

Jennifer Meyer-Mahoney

Trenton, NJ Employment & Labor
Avvo rating 7.2
My case was about getting a green card for my boyfriend, who will soon be my husband. Mr. Dizengoff was able... more
Trenton  Bruce Brian Dizengoff

Bruce Dizengoff

Trenton, NJ Immigration
Avvo rating 8.6
I have used Robert Rubinstein as my attorney for many years. In every case we have won every case he has... more
Trenton  Robert W Rubinstein

Robert Rubinstein

Trenton, NJ Personal Injury
Avvo rating 10.0
Kristy was an excellent Attorney very knowledgeable and honest. Her rates were as quoted and extremely fair.... more
Trenton  Kristy L. Bruce

Kristy Bruce

Trenton, NJ Criminal Defense
Avvo rating 10.0
I would highly recommend Attorney Steven Vosbikian. He was very helpful to me and my wife. He made the... more
Trenton  Steven Vosbikian

Steven Vosbikian

Trenton, NJ Immigration
Avvo rating 9.2
I have been a client of Ben's for a few months. He Never stops thinking about whats next. Very... more
Trenton  H Benjamin Sharlin

H Sharlin

Trenton, NJ Litigation
Avvo rating 7.2
I just recently had a court date in Princeton Muni Court over a speeding ticket. Mr. Sharlin was able to... more
Trenton  H Benjamin Sharlin

H Sharlin

Trenton, NJ Litigation
Avvo rating 7.2


practicing lawyers in Trenton

The residents of Trenton, New Jersey are proud of their notable history. For 4 centuries the town has recorded the events that happened within its borders, and the Trenton Historical Society relates them for the current generation.

Trenton did not go without recreational activities, and even their picnic groves have a place in town history. The first local picnic area was Drum Darrach, where a “Fourth of July frolic” took place in 1827. Two decades later it became a recruiting camp for the Mexican War.