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Monmouth County Divorce and Family Law Lawyer
We Treat Your New Jersey Family Like Our Own
At The Law Office of Darren C. O'Toole, LLC, our New Jersey team helps families throughout our community find resolutions to their various, complex family law matters as smoothly and painlessly as possible. We understand that family law can be an emotionally draining legal field to navigate through, and we want you to know that you do not have to work through these processes on your own. Our Monmouth County family law attorneys have experience handling cases related to family law and we have the knowledge and skills needed to take on even the most complex cases. Whether your matters can be resolved in a peaceful manner or call for litigation, we stand ready to assist you. We serve Monmouth County and Ocean County.
Call (732) 223-1400 to schedule a FREE consultation with one of our skilled Monmouth County family law and divorce lawyers.
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“We found Darren O'Toole to be a very caring and helpful attorney at one of the worst times of our lives. It is very scary choosing an attorney... so finding one that has values that you can admire is a great thing indeed.”
“I retained Darren's services for my divorce, and can most assuredly say he kept the best interest of my family and me throughout a very difficult time.”
Selected for inclusion in the super Lawyers® list of 2015, 2016, and 2017
We are proud of what our NJ family law attorneys have accomplished. Attorney O'Toole has received a perfect score from a trustworthy rating system: a 10.0 Superb from Avvo. This rating, along with a Distinguished Peer Review from Martindale-Hubbell® is a testament to the respect and recognition we have earned throughout our community for the legal counsel we provide.
Whether you are going through divorce, are seeking child support, or are going through a complicated child custody dispute, our experienced Monmouth County divorce attorneys are here to assist you. We genuinely care about the well-being of our clients, and do whatever it takes to help every individual and family we work with reach the results that are most likely to help them move forward. One of our attorneys is also an appointed matrimonial mediator, and we can assist you if your divorce can be resolved amicably. For more information about the services we provide or to request your initial case evaluation, contact our NJ firm today - we are proud to serve all of Monmouth County and Ocean County!
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