Matt Rooney Named “Top Divorce & Family Attorney” by SJ Magazine

DeMichele & DeMichele, P.C. would like to congratulate our attorney and colleague Matt Rooney for being recognized as a 2018 “Top Attorney” by SJ Magazine. ___ SJ Magazine “Top Attorneys” are selected through a poll in which only fellow New Jersey attorneys are permitted to nominate and vote for their colleagues working in a variety of practice areas. Attorney are […]

D&D Attorney Matt Rooney Will Serve 2nd Three-Year Term As Bar Association Trustee

HADDON HEIGHTS, N.J. — DeMichele & DeMichele P.C. is pleased to announced that our attorney Matt Rooney has been confirmed by his peers to serve a second, consecutive three-year term on the Camden County Bar Association (CCBA)’s Board of Trustees. His new term will expire in 2021. Matt Rooney has been a member of the Board of Trustees since 2014. […]

What is Alimony “Pendente Lite” in New Jersey?

The most commonly asked first question asked between a lawyer and their client during a divorce case concerns the financial situation between the spouses going forward. During many divorce cases, a single spouse struggles to support himself or herself and their children, too, all while the divorce proceedings drag on for months to a year. […]

DeMichele Reappointed as a Public Defender in 2 South Jersey Towns

Our firm is pleased to announced that DeMichele & DeMichele attorney Gregory DeMichele has been reappointed as Public Defender for Waterford Township and also Alternate/Conflict Public Defender in Cherry Hill Township, both effective January 2017. GREGORY DeMICHELE is a shareholder at DeMichele & DeMichele who has been recognized as a top South Jersey municipal court lawyer for the last seven (7) consecutive years in […]

DeMichele Reappointed as Prosecutor in 4 South Jersey Towns

DeMichele & DeMichele is pleased to announce that veteran municipal practice attorney and firm shareholder Richard A. DeMichele, Jr. was recently reappointed as municipal prosecutor for the following South Jersey communities beginning in January 2017: Haddon Heights (Camden County) Berlin Borough (Camden County) Pine Valley (Camden County) Mullica Township (Atlantic County) Mr. DeMichele, a seasoned litigator, who devotes a […]

Opioid epidemic produces apparent spike in grandparents raising children

I’ve written in the past about how challenging it is for grandparents to secure custody, or even visitation rights, in family court. The process can prove daunting. That’s because biological parents are presumed to have a constitutional right to have a say over how their children are raised; this right supersedes the rights of other blood […]

Help! I’ve been pulled over in New Jersey on suspicion of DWI

You’ve been pulled over on one of New Jersey’s many highways, byways or local roads. Then you hear the dreaded words: “Can you please step out of the car, Sir/Mam?” You may be under suspicion for driving while intoxicated (DWI). If you were pulled over, the officer believes he or she had probable cause to […]

New Jersey Court: Trying to Get Your Ex Fired Could Result in a Restraining Order

Ocean County Judge: Attempting to Get Your Ex-Spouse Fired Could Result in a Restraining Order Against You! By Matt Rooney | DeMichele & DeMichele, P.C. Most non-lawyers associate physical acts with domestic violence. Victims know the truth can prove to be a lot more complicated. A recent unpublished (and therefore not “controlling” upon other courts) decision in C.G. v. E.G. […]

South Jersey Court rejects ‘sleep driving’ defense, convicts nun of DUI

New Jersey’s strict DWI laws can impact everyone. For proof, look no further than the case of Philadelphia-based Catholic nun, Sister Kimberly Miller of Little Flower Catholic School, who was convicted on Wednesday morning in Washington Township Municipal Court of driving while intoxicated (DWI) in that community. The details of this case are attention-grabbing. According […]

I’ve been charged with Theft in New Jersey Municipal Court. Now what?

One of the more common – and serious – municipal court penalties is Theft. Most theft and shoplifting charges heard in municipal court are so-called “disorderly persons” offenses which involve the theft of property worth less than $200 in total value. By contrast, the theft of items worth more than $200 is an indictable offense […]

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