Jennifer Iseman
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Family Law Attorney

Phone: 856-857-1406

Jennifer Iseman focuses her practice in divorce, support and custody litigation. She negotiates financial-based matrimonial settlements as well as child custody and parenting time agreements.  Ms. Iseman handles all aspects and stages of matrimonial litigation, including trials, emergent applications, plenary hearings, custody trials, domestic violence hearings, pre- and post-judgment applications, motions, early settlement panels, economic mediations, settlement conferences, case management conferences, and uncontested hearings. She also handles complex matrimonial matters, which involve the engagement of variety of experts, including forensic accountants, employability experts, real estate appraisers, and custody evaluators. In addition, Ms. Iseman assists clients with the valuation and distribution of businesses, professional practices, and executive benefits, such as stock options and restricted stocks.

Ms. Iseman also serves as a Matrimonial Early Settlement Panelist in Burlington County, is a court-approved economic mediator, and volunteers for South Jersey Legal Services by providing advice appointments to victims of domestic violence.  

Prior to joining the firm, Ms. Iseman was an attorney at a South Jersey law firm where she concentrated her practice in family law matters including divorce, child custody and visitation, child support, domestic violence, expungements and divorce and family law mediation.

After graduating from law school, Ms. Iseman served as judicial law clerk to the Honorable John L. Call, Jr.  in the New Jersey Superior Court, Burlington Vicinage. 

Professional & Civic Activities

    • New Jersey State Bar Association
    • Burlington County Bar Association
    • Camden County Bar Association
    • Thomas S. Forkin Family Law Inn of Court, Barrister Member 2014-present

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