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Einhorn, Harris, Ascher, Barbarito, & Frost, PC 

Matheu D. Nunn, Esq. 

Specialty: General Practice

Matheu D. Nunn strives to help families avoid litigation, but the Family Law department at Einhorn Harris has extensive courtroom experience in matrimonial, criminal and appellate matters when the need arises to fight for their clients.

“I approach each case with the assumption that it won’t settle—and the hope that it does,” he says. “I try to strike an appropriate balance between aggressive advocacy and empathy, bearing in mind that my clients are not statistics.”

Selected as a New Jersey Super Lawyers Rising Star since 2013, and a finalist for New Jersey Law Journal’s Attorney of the Year in 2017, Nunn combines his knowledge and experience with people skills to resolve matters without litigation.

 “I enjoy ushering clients through these troubled times and helping them remain mindful that better times will come,” he says.

"A proven track record of success from family court to the NJ Supreme Court." - D.C., Morris Plains 

"Matheu was nominated as one of the youngest up-and-coming attorneys of the year. He's been in the appellate division and won his cases more times than he is old (35 years old)." -E.P., Secaucus


165 East Main St., P.O. Box 3010, Denville 

This is an advertising profile from the April 2018 issue of New Jersey Family.


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