|Rutgers University School of Law||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||1992|
|University of South Carolina||N/A||BA - Bachelor of Arts||N/A|
|ICLE Seminar||Custody Basics||2006|
Posted by Virginia
I can't begin to express how incompetent and unprofessional Tina Munson is. She handled my divorce case 5 years ago. The malpractice suit I filed against her was just dismissed but not on merit. My ex was willing to settle for 1/4 of what this case cost me initially. Rather than quickly moving to settle my divorce she advised me to have evaluations done of my business (premarital), my commercial property (paid for by the premarital business, etc.), etc. A year and a half later with lots of time, money and energy lost, this was settled without trial. I switched attorneys at the end, but the damage had been done. It didn't occur to me that she is all about billable hours. She came to meetings unprepared, did not inform me of the potential of loss, etc. Then when it started falling apart, she blamed me. I could go on, but just stay away from this woman. It is lawyers like Munson that give this profession such a bad name.
Posted by Sandy
Did not work hard on my case. Would frequently be working on other cases while we were in the Courthouse, and then attempted to bill me, which I contested and was successful in overturning. Did not reference landmark decisions in her briefs, nor include penalties to ex regarding cohabitation in final decree.
Joseph Noto, Family Attorney
Relationship: Opposing Counsel on matter
I endorse this lawyer. Tina is a very qualified attorney in family law. We were adversaries in a very tough divorce case and it ultimately worked out favorably for the parties through our efforts. I would recommend her to a spouse seeking a divorce.
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