Geri Landau Squire has extensive experience representing clients in family law matters. Her practice has focused on family law for most of her almost 40-year career. She is certified by the Supreme Court of New Jersey as a matrimonial law attorney and is also certified as a family law mediator. 

Geri focuses her practice on alimony/spousal support, spousal maintenance, child custody and parenting time, child support, divorce, domestic violence, post-judgment applications for modification and enforcement, and relocation of spouse with children out-of-state.  Geri is also a court-approved family law mediator.

Geri serves on, and has chaired, two Early Settlement Panels, which consist of experienced family lawyers who devote their time to reviewing settlement proposals and conferring with attorneys and litigants in an effort to resolve contested matrimonial cases.

Geri has taught paralegal courses, authored chapters in the New Jersey Transaction Guide (published by Matthew Bender) and lectured to various community groups.  She was also an adjunct instructor of legal research and writing at Seton Hall University School of Law.

  • Author, New Jersey Transaction Guide, Matthew Bender
  • Supreme Court’s District IIB Ethics Committee
  • Bergen County Bar Association, Family Law Committee, Member
  • Passaic County Bar Association, member
  • New Jersey State Bar Association, Family Law Section, Member
  • New Jersey State Bar Association, Certified Attorneys Section
  • New York State Bar Association, member
  • Early Settlement Panel in Passaic County, Chair
  • Early Settlement Panel in Bergen County, Member
  • Certified by the Supreme Court of New Jersey as a Matrimonial Law Attorney
  • AV® rated, the highest rating conferred by Martindale-Hubbell® for legal ability and professional ethics, based upon a peer review of the Bar and the Judiciary*
  • Selected to the 2015 list of "Women Leaders in the Law," published by Fortune Magazine

*No aspect of this advertisement has been approved by the Supreme Court of New Jersey. A description of the selection methodology can be found here.