Divorce: Free Private Consultations Offered During Nov. 17 Open House


For people considering divorce who may not be ready to hire an attorney, certified matrimonial attorney Diana Fredericks of Gebhardt & Kiefer, PC, is offering a free opportunity to obtain answers to questions about divorce in a private, confidential setting. Fredericks will hold a Divorce Open House on Nov. 17 from noon until 7 PM. During the Open House, she will offer will offer free 30-minute private consultations to prospective new clients who pre-register (on a first-come, first-served basis).

In addition, she will offer a 5% discount to any open house attendees who later wish to retain her services. The Divorce Open House will be held at the offices of Gebhardt & Kiefer in Clinton Township. To reserve a free, private consultation with Fredericks during the Open House, call 908-735- 5161. Fredericks will explain the legal process and answer questions about separation, divorce, collaborative divorce, mediation, custody and parenting time, division of assets, alimony, child support, domestic violence, or post-judgment issues. Fredericks, who devotes her practice entirely to divorce and family law, is certified as a matrimonial attorney in NJ and is also trained in divorce mediation and collaborative divorce. In addition to being a partner at Gebhardt & Kiefer, she serves as President of the Hunterdon County Bar Association. She is also an adjunct professor at Raritan Valley Community College. In 2015, she was named to the “New Leaders of the Bar” list by the NJ Law Journal, and she is one of only ten attorneys statewide to be named to the New Jersey State Bar Association Leadership Academy for 2016 – 2017. Page 2 Gebhardt & Kiefer, comprising twenty attorneys, has a strong reputation in personal injury, trial work, matrimonial, employment law, real estate law and land use, business law, estate planning, and municipal law. The firm has provided legal services to residents and businesses in central and northwestern New Jersey and statewide for 132 years.