ERIC S. SOLOTOFF, ESQ.
NEW JERSEY DIVORCE
ERIC S. SOLOTOFF, ESQ.
I am the Co-Chair of the Family Law Practice Group in the
Litigation Department of Fox Rothschild LLP - resident in
the Roseland, New Jersey office. I practice in most of the
counties in New Jersey including Essex, Morris, Bergen,
Union, Somerset, Hunterdon, Middlesex, Monmouth,
Mercer, Passaic, Warren, Ocean and Burlington. I have
been Certified by the Supreme Court of New Jersey as a
Matrimonial Law Attorney.
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I HANDLE THE FOLLOWING TYPES OF
· Divorce and annulment
· Trial practice
· Appellate practice
· Custody and parenting time (visitation)
· Preparation of all types of agreements
including, but not limited to, property
settlement agreements, prenuptial
agreements, cohabitation agreements and
· Post-judgment issues including
enforcement of judgments/
agreements/orders and modification of
· Domestic violence
· Grandparents’ rights
· Rights of cohabitant's
· Gay & Lesbian relationship issues
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