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Pamela M. Cerruti, Esq.

Specialty: Family Law

Pamela M. Cerruti Esq

With 30 years of experience, Pamela M. Cerruti takes a compassionate yet direct approach when advocating for families in financial situations including equitable distribution, alimony, child custody, domestic violence, child relocation, child support cases and adoption. 

She strives to understand her clients’ unique needs and goals while developing creative solutions to help achieve the best legal outcomes. Cerruti also makes herself easily accessible to clients, and responds to calls within the same day. “The well-being of the family is always my top priority,” she says.

With an MBA in accounting and finance, Cerruti offers clients a wealth of financial experience when handling complex cases. “I can perform many tasks that financial experts perform, and therefore save my clients money and time,” she says. “I work with families who are going through a tough time and looking for direction…I listen to their stories and provide assurance that I can help guide them through this process.”

Cerruti handles matrimonial and divorce issues, as well as mediation and collaborative divorce. Whether the best course of action is settlement or litigation, her firm is always focused on her clients’ personal goals and how to obtain the best results possible.  

“I speak with my clients and give them advice that’s realistic and practical,” Cerruti says.

 "Pamela is very detailed and efficient." -C.F., Clifton

Pamela M. Cerruti, Esq.

52 Fairfield St., Montclair 
862-213-0663
cerruti-familylaw.com

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

 

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