Thomas A. Roberto
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Thomas A. Roberto represents clients in all aspects of matrimonial law matters involving issues of custody, parenting time, child support, alimony, equitable distribution, domestic violence and prenuptial agreements. He handles all stages of matrimonial litigation including trials, appeals, plenary hearings, emergent applications as well as pre and post judgment applications.
Prior to joining Obermayer, Mr. Roberto was an associate at a Southern New Jersey law firm where he represented clients in complex divorce litigation and non-dissolution matters. Directly after law school, he served as a judicial law clerk for the Hon. Terrence R. Cook, J.S.C., in the Burlington County Superior Court, Family Division.
Mr. Roberto currently serves as co-chair of the Young Lawyers Subcommittee of the Family Law Section, New Jersey State Bar Association. He is also an associate editor of the New Jersey Family Lawyer, a publication of the Family Law Section.
- “Top 40 Under 40,” NJ – The National Advocates (2016)
- “10 Best for Client Satisfaction,” NJ – American Institute of Family Law Attorneys (2015 – 2016)
- Notre Dame High School Athletic Hall of Fame (induction class of 2012)
Professional & Civic Activities
- Parenting Coordination in New Jersey: The Surprisingly Nebulous Task of Removing a Parenting Coordinator,” New Jersey Bar Association’s New Jersey Family Lawyer Vol. 37, No. 4 (February 2017)
- Food Advertising and Childhood Obesity: A Call to Action for Proactive Solutions, Minn. J. L. Sci. & Tech., Vol. 12: 2, 620 (2011) (co-author)
- Should Congress Pass Legislation To Regulate Child-Directed Food Advertising?, Food and Drug Law Institute, Food and Drug Policy Forum, Vol. 1, 9 (2011) (co-author)
- “Find it Fast and Free on the Net: Strategies for Legal Research on the Web;” National Business Institute CLE Presentation (November 2015)
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