Alex joined SDG Law in 2018 as an associate on the personal injury and family law teams. Alex is licensed to practice law in the State of New Jersey and the State of New York. She attended Penn State University and earned her law degree from Seton Hall University School of Law. Prior to joining SDG Law, Alex practiced in New Jersey with a solo practitioner, focusing on general litigation which included both civil and criminal matters.
While in law school, Alex was recognized for her work with Seton Hall Law’s juvenile justice clinic, defending juveniles involved in criminal matters in the Superior Court of New Jersey. After law school, Alex clerked for the Honorable James A. Farber, J.S.C., Chancery Division – Family Part, Superior Court of New Jersey, Sussex County from 2013 through 2014. While serving as a law clerk, Alex handled family matters including divorce, domestic violence, child custody, and post-divorce issues. Alex also serves as a volunteer attorney for the Jersey Battered Woman’s Legal Advocacy Project.
Prior to law school, Alex was a television news producer at CNN in New York, where she covered major national and international news events, including the shooting at Virginia Tech, the Minneapolis bridge collapse and the 2008 Presidential election campaign. Prior to CNN, Alex was a writer/producer at WJLA-TV ABC 7 News in Washington, D.C.
Accidents can cause major physical problems that can affect your ability to function from day to day. We have protected the rights of individuals who have suffered all types of personal injuries.
SDG Law handles all family law matters including, divorce, child support/custody and visitation rights, to alimony, property division and prenuptial and post-nuptial agreements.
With extensive courtroom experience, our lawyers know what to expect when a case goes to trial. Preparing all cases for the rigors of the courtroom, we will also remain open to all possible opportunities to favorably resolve a case through negotiation. We will work closely with you to find solutions outside of the box.