"I am thankful I have you as an attorney. After meeting with you I can see your reputation does you no justice to how really awesome you are. I am encouraged and elated. Thanks for being so good at what you do." Mario
"She is the best. Helped me with a criminal matter and handled my situation perfectly. Was very knowledgeable answered all my questions. Helped me get out of a bad situation when I thought there was no hope. She even called me the night before the court date to put my mind to rest..." Pedro
"Tara Breslow is by far the best lawyer. She makes the impossible become possible. If it was not for her.. I do not know where i would be. This is the lawyer you want. She is amazing!!..." Brittany
"I called Tara on a Sunday morning and to my surprise, she returned my call that same day. My son was facing serious criminal charges in Monmouth County that could have affected him for the rest of his life. However, Tara dug in and worked the case that resulted in a better than expected disposition. I HIGHLY recommend her to anyone facing any serious criminal charges." Jose
"Tara presented my case in a positive way, which resulted in a more favorable outcome for me. She advised me very well and helped me prepare for my court appearance. Tara is a very reliable and experienced attorney. If it weren't for her assistance, I would not have had such a positive outcome in my court appearance." Anonymous
We serve clients throughout New Jersey including those in the following localities: Monmouth County including Asbury Park, Freehold, Englishtown, Holmdel, Middletown, and Rumson; Bergen County including Hackensack, Teaneck, and Westwood; Hudson County including Jersey City; Essex County including Newark, Livingston, and West Orange; Middlesex County including New Brunswick; Union County including Elizabeth, Plainfield, and Union; Morris County including Morristown and Denville; Ocean County including Toms River; Passaic County including Paterson and Wanaque; and Mercer County including Trenton and Princeton.
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