“There is no greater sense of accomplishment than working hard to solve a client’s problem, whether through creative thinking or aggressive advocacy. It is the result that matters!”
Kevin is a family law and litigation attorney in Obermayer’s Mount Laurel, New Jersey office, focusing his practice primarily on matrimonial law, including divorce, custody, child and spousal support, asset and business valuation, out-of-state relocation, cohabitation disputes, and domestic violence restraining order hearings. He also has extensive experience handling quasi-criminal and juvenile matters adjudicated in the Family Part.
Kevin is well-known for his responsiveness and dedication to his clients. He relishes the opportunity to defend the interests of clients being bullied by the opposing party or treated unfairly by the court system. Kevin handles family law cases from the initial consultation through the entry of a final judgment. He also frequently engages in post-judgment litigation for clients seeking to enforce or modify existing court orders.
In his free time, Kevin enjoys cooking, reading, traveling, and spending time with his family.
Prior to joining Obermayer, Kevin practiced family part litigation, criminal law, civil litigation, and zoning and land use at two New Jersey law firms based in Atlantic County. Historically, he has focused on complex and high-net-worth matrimonial (FM) litigation. He has extensive experience working closely with a variety of experts on issues pertaining to complex business valuation, vocational evaluation, custody evaluation, and real estate appraisal.
Before entering private practice, Kevin clerked in the Family Part for the Honorable Jeffrey D. Light, J.S.C. (retired) in the Superior Court of New Jersey in Atlantic County, New Jersey.
Atlantic County Domestic Violence Pro Bono List (2015 – Present)
Vice President – Rutgers Health Law Society (2013 – 2014)
Miami Teaching Fellow (2008 – 2011)
Named to the New Jersey Rising Stars® list (2020)
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