BRACH EICHLER LLC
Carl J. Soranno, Esq., Susan K. Dromsky-Reed, Esq., Stuart M. Gladstone, Esq., Salim F. Sabbagh, Esq.
Speciality: Family Law/ Estate Planning/ Personal Injury
The attorneys at Brach Eichler LLC come together from an array of practice areas to address the legal needs of families, including plans for the care and financial security of children, marital formation or disruption and personal injury. Stuart M. Gladstone and Susan K. Dromsky-Reed, co-chairs of the firm’s trusts and estates department, have been assisting clients for many years with the creation of estate plans to ensure their wishes are carried out in the future.
“It’s not always easy to think about these issues, but your family must be protected,” explains Dromsky-Reed. “We can help with important documents including wills and living wills, healthcare and financial powers of attorney, guardianship plans for your children and trustees over your assets.”
The firm also handles personal injury claims. Salim F. Sabbagh and Jeremy L. Hylton help clients fight for full and fair compensation if they’ve been injured through the careless actions of others. If a client is marrying or facing a divorce or custody, guardianship or trust dispute, Carl J. Soranno skillfully provides counsel about the impact these situations can have on a family.
“Each matter is unique,” says Soranno, a certified mediator. “We have experience working with a wide variety of families and individuals with differing priorities and challenges.”
“Susan is very caring, listens to concerns.” – N.E., East Hanover
“Jeremy really went above and beyond for my daughter when she got hurt in a car accident. If it wasn’t for him and all his help I would have been lost! Highly recommend.”- N.A., Boonton
“Salim is very good in explaining the law and helping families deal with tough situations when family members are injured.” – C.D., New Providence
“Salim helped us through a difficult case with his exceptional knowledge of personal injury law.” – M.M., Wayne
101 Eisenhower Pkwy., Roseland