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At the Cherry Hill law office of Morgenstern & Rochester, we make sure our clients’ rights and interests are protected, preparing them for what they can expect during their divorce and for life after. To schedule an appointment and discuss your case, contact Cherry Hill divorce lawyers at Morgenstern & Rochester today.

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Morgenstern & Rochester

A Partnership of LLCs

1874 Route 70 East Suite 4

Cherry Hill, NJ 08003

Telephone: (856) 489-6200

Fax: (856) 424-6977

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Attorney Profiles

Nancy P. Morgenstern, Esquire

Nancy P. Morgenstern, Esquire

Experience:

  • Over 25 years of continuous legal practice in Southern New Jersey Courts
  • Court Appointed as a regular Matrimonial Early Settlement Panelist
  • Recipient of the Equal Justice Medal 2004 (Presented by the Legal Services of NJ)
  • Served as Co-chair of the Family Law Committee of the Camden Country bar Association
  • Long time member of the Family Law Executive Committee (bar association)
  • Featured panelist for professional seminars of family law and pension issues
  • Appeared on “Legal Line” bar association sponsored television programs
  • Served on the Camden County Judicial Selection and Continuing Legal Education Committees
  • Appointed omnbudsman and child advocate on the NJ Child Placement Review Board

Educational Background:

1978 Temple University School of Law, Juris Doctor

1975 University of Pennsylvania, BA Cum Laude

1971 Jamaica High School, Queens, New York

Andrew L Rochester, Esquire

Andrew L Rochester, Esquire

Andrew L Rochester has been practicing in the field of Family Law since his admission to the New Jersey bar in 1994. His Practice encompasses all aspects of Family Law including divorce, custody, child support, alimony, equitable distribution, domestic violence, name changes, drafting pre-nuptial and mid-marriage agreements and step-parent adoptions. Andrew practices extensively in Burlington, Camden and Gloucester Counties as well as throughout the State of New Jersey.

Andrew earned his Bachelor’s of Science degree in Industrial and Labor Relations from Cornell University in 1991 and his Juris Doctor degree from The Boston University School of Law in 1994. He was admitted to the New Jersey bar in December 1994 and the Pennsylvania bar January 1995. He has also been admitted to the United States District and Bankruptcy Courts for the District of New Jersey as well as the United States District and Bankruptcy Courts for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania.

Andrew is an active participant in the Camden County Bar Association Family Law Committee and is a member of the New Jersey State Bar Association Family Law section. He also sits on both the Burlington and Camden County Matrimonial Early Settlement Panels.

In addition to his membership in several professional associations, Andrew has lectured extensively and presented professional seminars for both attorneys and members of other professions. These have included:

“The Family Therapist and the Law: Privileges, Rights and Responsibilities” – New Jersey Association of Marriage and Family Therapists, 2006.

“Cutting Edge Financial Issues in Divorce Litigation” – New Jersey Institute for Continuing Legal Education, 2004

“Post Judgment Issues” Camden County Bar Association, 2003

“How to Successfully Handle Motions in Family Court” - Camden County Bar Association, 2002

“ Interrelationship Between Family & Bankruptcy Law: What you Need to Know and Why” –Camden County Bar Association, 2002.

He has also appeared on the Camden County Bar Association’s television show “Legal Lines” discussing Child Custody law.

In addition to representing clients in Family Court, Andrew has also argued before the Supreme Court of New Jersey and Appellate Division. Some of his more prominent cases have included:

Loro v. Delcolliano, 354 N.J. Super. 212 (App. Div. 2002) (child support in high income cases);

Grandovic v. LaBrie, 348 N.J. Super. 193 (App. Div. 2002) (attorney’s fees in domestic violence appellate cases);

J.B.v.M.B., 331 N.J. Super. 223 (App. Div. 2000), affid. 170 N.J. 9 (2001) (custody of cryo-preserved human embryos);

Schorr v. Schorr, 341 N.J. Super. 132 (App. Div. 2001) (dischargeability of support related obligations); and

Eisenhardt v. Eisenhardt, 325 N.J. Super.576 (App. Div. 1999) (equitable distribution of early retirement incentives).

Andrew volunteers as a Coach for the Burlington City High School Mock Trial Team.


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