You have been through enough struggle. Trust a lawyer who answers your calls and is dedicated to your rights.
Jennifer Marshall is an attorney who deals with the emotionally charged worlds of family and criminal court matters. It doesn’t matter if the case involves a divorce, child support, custody or a civil union. If you need an attorney who will listen and fight for you, Jennifer Marshall is the attorney for the job.
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The Law Office of Jennifer L Marshall, LLC represents clients in the following areas:
Criminal law, Sex Offenses, Weapons Offenses, Drug Offenses, Juvenile Crimes, DUI/DWI, Traffic Offenses, Municipal Court, Municipal Appeals, Divorce, Child Support, Custody, Emancipation & Civil Unions.
“As a result of Jennifer Marshall’s research and development of my case, we were able to achieve the best outcome. I greatly appreciate her work, professionalism and dedication to my case. Great job and thank you again!” — Luke
Jennifer Marshall Law offers two convenient New Jersey offices in Piscataway and Bridgewater. If you are interested in speaking about your case, please call or use our contact form to schedule a free, no obligation consultation. Evening and weekend hours available upon request.
It does not matter the size of the case. Jennifer Marshall Law handles municipal court matters and felony cases. She strives to get her clients lives back under control with results.
Calculating your child support payment is dependent on several factors. In the state of New Jersey, there are Child Support Guidelines that must be taken into consideration before coming up with a final support amount. Factors such as the income of each parent, the age of the child, and ifRead the Rest…
Once you have decided divorce is necessary for you, there are steps that you must take. Consulting a good divorce lawyer should be one of your first steps. Depending on your own unique situation, you or your spouse must also have been a resident of New Jersey for at leastRead the Rest…
If you feel you were wrongfully convicted, rushed to trial or a plea, or had ineffective assistance of counsel you can appeal to the superior court. Many people who appear in municipal court for the first time really do not listen to the judge when he gives his speech inRead the Rest…