“I believe that communication is the key to a successful attorney-client relationship. It is important to make sure that both the attorney and the client are on the same page with respect to expectations and goals, and I believe that this is accomplished through the appropriate level of communication.”
Allison concentrates her practice on all aspects of family law including divorce, child and spousal support, domestic abuse, paternity, and adoptions in the greater Mount Laurel, NJ area.
As an attorney practicing in family law, Allison’s goal is to provide a support system to clients as they are going through one of the most difficult times in their life. She strives to provide clients with a full picture of what they can expect from a legal standpoint based upon the facts and circumstances of their individual case and their individual goals and priorities.
In her free time, Allison enjoys spending time with her family, which includes her husband and their two cats. Allison loves playing tennis and is an avid reader.
Throughout law school and her legal career thus far, Allison has specifically focused on gaining experience in the area of family law. She has handled divorce matters from commencement through conclusion, which included participation in settlement discussions, motion practice, and preparation of pleadings.
Allison graduated law school with honors, including:
- cum laude
- Class Rank 29 out of 143 (Top 20%)
- CALI Excellence for the Future Award/Best Student Performance in Mediation and Arbitration
- Dean’s List
Allison also served as Treasurer of the Domestic Violence Law Society and was involved in the Domestic Violence Assistance Project, Pro Bono Legal Assistance.
While pursuing her B.A., Allison was on Elizabethtown College’s Varsity Women’s Tennis Team: Commonwealth Conference 2010 Rookie of the Year. She was also recognized as Valuable Player at the Commonwealth Conference Tennis Tournament’s Most Valuable Player.
Allison’s professional associations and memberships include:
- Thomas S. Forkin Family Inn of Court (2016 to present)
- Burlington County Bar Association (2016 to present)