Jennifer E. Presti is Counsel in the Family Law group at Wilentz, Goldman & Spitzer, P.A. Jennifer concentrates her practice on family law and matrimonial law, serving as a trusted advisor to her clients and providing a stable base they can rely upon in the times they need it most.
Jennifer represents clients in all aspects of divorce, equitable distribution, alimony, custody, parenting time, child support, domestic violence, as well as prenuptial, marital, and cohabitation agreements. Jennifer also has significant experience in matters involving cohabitation, third-party custody, the Department of Child Protection and Permanency, and post-judgment modification or enforcement of divorce agreements.
Throughout her legal career, Jennifer handled straightforward to complex matrimonial, commercial, trust, estate, and guardianship matters. Jennifer also has experience in matters involving commercial, employment, foreclosure, bankruptcy, and residential property litigation. Jennifer’s rich legal background enables her to provide value-added service to her clients, especially those with sensitive situations involving grey divorce, special needs dependents, complex financial valuations, and planning during and beyond legal separation.
Jennifer graduated from Fairfield University with a B.A. and earned her law degree at Rutgers Law School. During her clerkship with the Honorable Siobhan A. Teare, J.S.C. in the Chancery Division of the Superior Court of New Jersey, Essex County, Family Part, Jennifer gained invaluable experience in all aspects of family and juvenile matters, along with mediation of custody, parenting time and child support cases.
Jennifer has been a resident of Monmouth County since childhood.
- Intellectual Property and Divorce: An Evolving Frontier in Asset Division, Valuation Strategies Thomson Reuters/Tax & Accounting, September/October 2016 issue
- Great, I'm Divorced, Now What? A primer for the newly divorced individual, New Jersey Law Journal, June 17, 2016
- Alimony Reform in 2014: A Review, The Matrimonial Strategist, March 1, 2015