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NJBIZ Covers Cordell & Cordell’s New Jersey Expansion

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New Jersey Business new logoThe significant amount of men facing alimony and child custody issues in New Jersey was part of the reason behind Cordell & Cordell expanding its presence in the state, according to an article on the firm by NJBIZ, the business journal of New Jersey.

Cordell & Cordell opened its first New Jersey office in Mount Laurel in 2011, and with the addition of the Red Bank office now has four attorneys serving the state.

Executive Managing Partner Scott Trout told NJBIZ that “the number of wives who earn more than their husbands has been on the rise, but on average, only a small fraction of divorced men who are eligible for financial support actually receive it.”

As of July 2013, Cordell & Cordell has more than 150 attorneys located in 77 cities in 27 states. If you’re a man facing divorce in New Jersey, contact a Cordell & Cordell New Jersey divorce lawyer to protect your rights.

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Frank Murphy

Written By Frank Murphy

Chief Compliance Officer
Frank Murphy

Frank Murphy is the Chief Compliance Officer and an Executive Partner at Cordell & Cordell. His responsibilities include oversight of the Firm’s compliance with Legal and Ethical obligations as well as contributing to the day-to-day operations of the Firm as an Executive Partner.

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