Amanda Trigg is a family law attorney with over 25 years of experience representing clients in all phases of family law resolution, litigation, arbitration and mediation. Her clients include entrepreneurs, physicians, lawyers, artists, parents of special needs children, and grandparents and third parties seeking custody.
Recognized as a leader in the family law bar, Amanda is certified by the Supreme Court of New Jersey as a Matrimonial Law Attorney. She handles complex litigation and sensitive negotiations that involve:
Amanda approaches each representation with sensitivity and discretion, knowing her clients need a trustworthy legal advocate who is committed to helping them find solutions to their family's unique problems. Harnessing the power of a well-organized, well-informed attorney/client team, she works with every client to create a promising vision for their family and develop personalized strategies to protect their children, their income, their assets and their futures.
Clients have confidence in Amanda’s experience and expertise – and value the way she respects their concerns and priorities. Success for every family grows from the partnerships she builds, enabling them to move confidently into the next phases of their lives.
A leader in family law and the greater legal community, Amanda is a Fellow of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers, a Past President of its New Jersey Chapter, and has served as Chair of the Family Law Section of the New Jersey State Bar Association. She has also been trained by the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers as a Matrimonial Law Arbitrator.
Amanda speaks frequently to lawyers and financial experts locally and nationally on a range of family law issues, including finding, valuing and dividing assets, alimony and child support, child custody and other rights of husbands, wives, mothers, fathers and children. She is also an author who has published articles concerning custody and parenting time, financial issues related to divorces and issues of similar importance to families.
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