““I guide people through the most difficult moments of their lives. I am authentic; I will tell you how it is even if you do not necessarily want to hear it. I will always be straightforward with my clients.””
Ed is an attorney in Obermayer’s Family law department in Mount Laurel, NJ. He concentrates his practice in all aspects of family law, including divorce, child and spousal support, custody, adoption, paternity, and domestic abuse.
Ed believes that Family law is one of the most difficult areas of law because it involves dealing with clients, who are genuinely good people going through the worst moments of their lives.
In his free time, Ed plays golf or watches sports.
Ed has experience in drafting various legal briefs and memorandums and all areas of Family Law, including divorce, domestic violence, equitable distribution, child support, and custody. He attended and performed at multiple Court hearings such as domestic violence restraining orders, case management conferences, mediations, restraining order appeals, and emergent applications.
Ed earned the Dean’s List while in law school, as well as six times while pursuing his Bachelor’s degree in Robert Morris University.
Ed also participated in John J. Gibbons Criminal Procedure Moot Court Competition and was a member of ACHA Division 1 Ice Hockey, as well as an Assistant Captain of the ACHA Division 1 Ice Hockey Team.