David M. Wildstein is a shareholder at Wilentz, Goldman & Spitzer, P.A., where he built the firm’s Family Law practice, an experienced team of attorneys representing high net-worth clients involved in divorce and custody proceedings. For over 40 years, Mr. Wildstein has devoted his practice to family law and has tirelessly helped his clients, from stay-at-home mothers to corporate executives, navigate the economic and emotional challenges of matrimonial disputes.

He has been a member of several New Jersey Supreme Court Committees that have shaped the rules and procedures for family law in New Jersey; he has lectured to lawyers and judges at the New Jersey Institute of Continuing Legal Education, Trial Lawyers of New Jersey and the annual Judicial Retreat, and has authored articles on the subject of prenuptial agreements, equitable distribution of assets and custody.

Mr. Wildstein has been quoted by The New York Times, The Washington Post, and New Jersey Business Journal on prenuptial agreements and has also appeared on television and radio programs on issues related to family law. He received national attention during his representation of Christina Ferrare in the DeLorean divorce case and represented several other high-profile litigants, including James McGreevey, the former Governor of New Jersey, in his highly publicized divorce action.

Mr. Wildstein received the Saul Tischler Award from the New Jersey State Bar Association (NJSBA), Family Law Section, for his “lifetime contributions to the advancement of family law in the State of New Jersey,” and the Edward Schoifet Award from the Middlesex County Family Law Section, for his “devoted and continuous services" and “dedication to improving the quality of legal services.” Mr. Wildstein has consistently been selected for inclusion in the New Jersey Super Lawyers list since 2005 and in the Best Lawyers in America list since 1983.

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