Where can I find an attorney who can practice in New York and New Jersey?

Asked over 1 year ago - Brooklyn, NY

I have a custody hearing in New Jersey but I live in New York, as well I have a child support hearing and family petition (order prortection) in New York. I know I need an attorney but I am unsure where I can have someone who can practice both states.

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  1. Mary Katherine Brown

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    Answered . I agree with Attorney Szymanski, except I would add that it might not be more expensive to have separate attorneys because the local familiarity factor may result in more attorney efficiency and less travel time. Moreover, there's no reason the attorneys cannot collaborate to solve the overall problem. You can find attorneys here on Avvo. Good luck!

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  2. Galen J Criscione

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    Answered . There are actually many attorneys that are licensed in both states, including myself as well as a lot of other attorneys here on avvo. Feel free to email me if you would like a consultation - gcriscione@lawcrt.com

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  3. Andrzej Piotr Szymanski

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    Answered . I would suggest that you retain two separate attorneys. You may pay a little more but you will be better off with attorneys that are familiar with the local courts. This web site is pretty good, so is lawyers.com.

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