DeTorres & DeGeorge Family Law
Rosanne S. DeTorres, Esq., Erin D. DeGeorge, Esq.
Specialty: Family Law
(L-R): Rosanne S. DeTorres , Erin D. DeGeorge
Rosanne S. DeTorres and Erin D. DeGeorge combine the experience of a large firm with the individualized service of a small firm to help families achieve the best possible result in their divorce. They pride themselves on delivering personalized service and being responsive and accessible to clients. Their team helps families navigate New Jersey’s complex divorce laws and offers expert guidance on family law and divorce matters including child custody, parenting time, divorce mediation, alimony and equitable distribution of assets including businesses and executive compensation.
One of only 150 attorneys certified by the New Jersey Supreme Court as a matrimonial law attorney, DeTorres is trained in family mediation and collaborative law.
“We have a 99 percent success rate of reaching settlements for our clients, but we don’t shy away from a fight when necessary,” DeTorres says.
Recognized as a Super Lawyer since 2015, DeGeorge has extensive experience in representing a wide array of clients, from those who own businesses to high-conflict custody cases.
“Our job is to be part of the solution, not part of the problem—we strive to reach a fair and amicable solution as quickly as possible to minimize the financial and emotional impact on families,” says DeGeorge, a mother of two.
"When I was overwhelmed, Erin was able to see farsighted on my behalf and draft a settlement that would take care of my family in the future, and plan for any contingency. She asked pertinent questions and answered every question I had along the way to make the entire divorce process less scary."-S.W., Clinton
"Rosanne settles 99 percent of all divorces without going to court and is extremely compassionate...She gets the job done for her clients...DeTorres & DeGeorge has truly developed a unique way to deliver legal services."-B.G., High Bridge
Flemington • Morristown
This is an advertising profile from the April 2018 issue of New Jersey Family.