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Keith Family Law 

Heather C. Keith, Esq. 

Specialty: Collaborative Divorce and Family Law

Patricia A. Dulinski, Esq

Heather C. Keith, the founding member of Keith Family Law, offers families the option to resolve divorce and family law matters outside the courtroom. A matrimonial attorney trained in Collaborative law, she is committed to offering her clients alternatives to litigation.

“Many people think they have to sue their spouse or file a complaint and go to court…but it doesn’t have to be that way,” says the mother of a two-and-a-half-year-old.

The firm takes a family-focused approach to settling matters related to divorce, custody, child support, alimony, asset distribution, and post-judgment. In her Collaborative work, an interdisciplinary team incorporates neutral mental health and financial professionals who support and assist families through transition.

“We’re focused on preserving the family unit,” she says. “We still advocate for our clients’ needs and goals, but our team approach reduces anxiety and teaches parents how to communicate in a constructive, positive way so they can continue doing what’s best for their children.” Keith is a member of the New Jersey Collaborative Law Group, Family Focused Divorce, and the International Academy of Collaborative Law Practitioners.

“Many families don’t understand that there’s an alternative to litigation, but there is … and it works,” she says. “We address our clients’ concerns and fears while helping them take the first steps towards their new future.”

Keith Family Law ​

Heather C. Keith, Esq. 

600 South Ave. W., Ste. 230, Westfield
This is an advertising profile from the April 2017 issue of New Jersey Family.


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