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FAMILY LAW, REAL ESTATE, AND ESTATE PLANNING LAW FIRM
The Bronzino Law Firm, LLC, located in Brick, New Jersey, provides dynamic, client-focused representation in Family Law matters, Criminal Charges and Municipal Court summons, Real-Estate ventures, and Wills, Trusts & Estates. We understand and believe that each client is different, with unique needs and goals, and as such, unique strategies must be crafted for each case in order to favorably settle them for our clients.
We believe in keeping our clients informed and involved in the legal process, and we are ready to use new and innovative technologies in order to do so. By having up-to-date and detailed information about your case, you can make the best possible decisions for your future.
If you would like to speak with attorney Peter J. Bronzino about your case in a free and confidential consultation today, please contact us online or through our Brick or Sea Girt offices at (732) 812-3102.
With office locations in both Ocean and Monmouth County
A Full Service NJ Law Firm
SERVING OCEAN AND MONMOUTH COUNTIES SINCE 2010
DIVORCE AND FAMILY LAW
When you are confronted by the possibility — or the reality — of a divorce or any other family law dispute, it can be difficult to know where to turn, or what to do. It is in times like these that Bronzino Law Firm, LLC can be of great service to you, across all divorce and family law related matters:
- Child Custody
- Child Support
- Marital Agreements
- Equitable Distribution
- Prenuptial Agreements
- Domestic Violence
Because each family is unique, we treat every case with care and attention to detail. We take the time to listen to our client’s concerns, and we analyze all available options and potential outcomes. Then we give a straightforward answer that we will stand behind. In these emotional situations, we know that our clients are looking for a candid assessment of their family law issue. We communicate realistically and honestly with our clients so that they can make informed decisions about their future.
Real Estate matters are complex and rife with potential pitfalls. Given the substantial assets and high stakes involved with any real estate purchase or sale, it is crucial that you understand your rights in the real estate process.
If you are thinking about a move, making a cash purchase, buying with an FHA loan, selling a property for yourself, buying or selling an estate property on behalf of a loved one, Bronzino Law Firm, LLC, handles all Residential Real Estate Transaction such as:
- Residential Purchases and Sales
- For Sale By Owner
- Waterfront Property
- Selling an Estate
- Selling as Power of Attorney
- Foreclosure Transactions
- Buying or Selling an Investment Property
Whether you are buying or selling a home, or buying or selling a business property, it is important that you protect your interests and guarantee as smooth a transaction as possible by hiring an experienced real estate attorney. Attorney Peter J. Bronzino can help you to avoid making costly mistakes, and keep the process efficient and profitable.
Although many may view a Municipal Court charge as insignificant, the penalties involved can sometimes be greater than those imposed in Superior Courts. Moreover, while the system may consider the crime at issue minor, enlisting a criminal defense attorney may be critical in warding off the prospect of having a criminal record and paying large financial penalties.
Municipal courts in New Jersey handle criminal and disorderly persons offenses such as:
- Driving without insurance
- Driving with a suspended license
- Reckless driving
- Leaving the scene of an accident
The Criminal and Municipal Court Lawyers at Bronzino Law Firm, LLC, may be able to help you obtain a better result than you would achieve on your own. Our team of attorneys have experience handling cases in municipalities across both Monmouth and Ocean counties. It can be a benefit that your attorney has familiarity with the municipality you were charged in and an understanding of how the judges, prosecutors, and the court system operates. The Courts We Serve are any and all towns across Monmouth and Ocean County.
WILLS, TRUSTS, & ESTATES
A common misconception is that Estate Planning, Wills, and Trusts are all about money. Although it is certainly a component, it is not the at the core of this area of law. Elder Law is about people, family, relationships. It is a preparation to cope with a significant change: a change that may not be immediate. This change may take place over years or even decades down the road of life. Being prepared for changes in your financial situation, changes in your physical health, even changes in the law that could affect your loved ones.
We use a wide range of strategies and tools in designing and implementing the estate plan that is right for you:
- Wills & Trusts
- Probate & Estate Administration
- Powers of Attorney
- Health Care Directives
- HIPAA Authorizations
- Planning to Protect Money from Estate Taxes
- Advanced Estate Tax Planning for High Net Worth Families
- Family Limited Partnerships
- Business Succession Planning
- Charitable Planning, including Private Foundations and Charitable Trusts
Our guidance throughout this process will provide a preparedness for whatever life throws your way, allowing you to accomplish the goals you set and continue to protect you and your family.
RESTRAINING ORDERS & DOMESTIC VIOLENCE
If a person files a restraining order against you in New Jersey or you are charged with a domestic violence offense, the repercussions of these allegations can lead to permanent negative effects on your life, your reputation, your family and custody arrangement, where you live, and even lead to a jail sentence. On the other hand, if you are a victim of domestic violence in need of protection, obtaining a restraining order can protect you, your children, and others close to you for years to come.
Whether you are facing the heavy weight of a restraining order or domestic violence accusations, or you are in fear due to violent behavior by a spouse, domestic partner, family or household member, dating partner, or another person who meets the criteria of a domestic violence perpetrator, you can be best-advised and represented by an experienced domestic violence attorney.
Our knowledgeable Domestic Violence and Restraining Order Lawyers at Bronzino Law Firm, LLC, can walk you through the entire process in family court and criminal court, ensuring that you take the necessary steps to best protect and preserve your interests. We skillfully represent plaintiffs and defendants in domestic violence cases, employing all of our knowledge and experience to prepare their cases and successfully advocate for them in restraining order trials and criminal prosecutions involving alleged acts of domestic abuse. Our attorneys also assist with collateral family law issues such as domestic violence child support and custody cases. We are thoroughly prepared and committed to addressing all of the legal issues that may arise in your domestic violence case, giving your unique situation the attention it deserves.
Whether you are facing any kind of family law issue, a real estate transaction, a municipal court
summons Bronzino Law Firm is ready to begin helping you today. With our honest, communicative, and
dedicated approach to handling any legal issue, we believe we can find solutions to, and overcome,
even the most difficult of issues.
Schedule a free and confidential consultation to discuss your case today by contacting us online, or calling our Brick, NJ office at (732) 812-3102.
What Our Clients Say
“Mr. Bronzino is a very knowledgeable and efficient lawyer. He handled my divorce which was very involved due to problems concerning my ex husband. Mr. Bronzino explained very well all that was needed to be done all papers that needed to be filed. When a problem arose no matter what time of day or day of week it was Mr. Bronzino would answer my calls or emails asap and help me resolve the problem. He handled himself very well in court. I would recommend him to anyone who said to me they needed a lawyer. I truely trust him.”Caroline, Divorce Client
“If you’re looking for an attorney who knows his stuff, look no further than Peter Bronzino. On the rare occasion where he may not have the answer committed to memory rest assured he will find it in no time flat. No one out works Peter. I could shoot him an email late at night or on a weekend and know that he would get back to me within hours, if not within minutes. I would recommend Peter to anyone I knew without hesitation.”– Rob, Divorce Client
“Peter is exceptional. I contacted Peter to handle my divorce based on some positive feedback I read online. I was very impressed with him during the initial consultation. He did everything he said he would do and made the process as easy as possible. Divorces are obviously complex processes but he took the time to explain things to me and was very patient with answering my questions. Also, Peter moved quickly and kept the entire process affordable. Our opposition was a very experienced team of attorneys and in my opinion Peter completely outclassed them. I would highly recommend Peter and his team at Bronzino Law.”– Divorce Client
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