14 Years Selected to Super Lawyers

LESNEVICH, MARZANO-LESNEVICH,

TRIGG, O’CATHAIN & O’CATHAIN, LLC

SUPER LAWYERS. RISING STARS. FAMILY LAW & PERSONAL INJURY DEPARTMENTS THAT TOGETHER MAKE ONE HIGHLY REGARDED FIRM.

THE RIGHT ATTORNEYS FOR THIS TIME IN YOUR LIFE.

Walter A. Lesnevich, Super Lawyer, heads the personal injury department, concentrating on wrongful death, automobile accidents, and medical malpractice. He is a member of the American Board of Trial Advocates, past Chair of the Primerus Personal Injury Institute, and Certified by the Supreme Court of New Jersey as a civil trial attorney. Walt has dealt with every kind of case, every type of client. He knows when to advise you to settle— and when to keep punching.

Madeline Marzano-Lesnevich, Super Lawyer, chairs the family law department. She is currently President of the national American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers, and the only female Diplomat from NJ of the American College of Family Trial Lawyers. A Supreme Court of NJ Certified matrimonial law attorney, Madeline is a past president of the AAML NJ Chapter and a past Chair of the Family Law Section of the NJSBA. She received the AAML NJ Chapter’s ‘Fellow of the Year’ award, and the NJSBA Family Law Section’s Saul R. Tischler Award for her lifetime contribution to family law. Madeline will help you through what she terms ‘the smart divorce.’

Amanda S. Trigg, Super Lawyer, Top 100 and Top 50 Female Super Lawyer, is currently President of the AAML NJ Chapter, and a past Chair of the NJSBA Family Law Section. Certified by the Supreme Court of New Jersey as a matrimonial law attorney, Amanda’s expertise in the financial aspects of divorce will help preserve your wealth.

Francesca M. O’Cathain, Rising Star and partner, devotes her practice to family law. A Fellow of the AAML, Certified by the Supreme Court of NJ as a matrimonial law attorney, and serving on the Executive Committee of the NJSBA Family Law Section, she is a mother of three (including two through adoption), and she brings a compassionate side to finely-honed legal skills that has made her a client favorite.

Domhnall O’Cathain, Rising Star, is a partner representing plaintiffs in personal injury. In 2017 he garnered millions of dollars in settlements and verdicts, as highlighted on the firm’s new Recent Personal Injury Case Success webpage. Past president of the Irish American Bar Association of NY, he’s a tenacious, even-keeled attorney who will guide you through the highs and lows of your personal injury case, making

sure that you recover the money you are rightfully owed— the money that will make your recovery easier.

Christine C. Fitzgerald, Rising Star, focuses her practice on divorce and family law. Certified by the Supreme Court of NJ as a matrimonial law attorney, a member of the Executive Committee of the Family Law Section of the NJSBA and a Trustee of the Hudson County Bar Association, Christine brings a caring, empathetic touch to even the most emotionally difficult divorce cases.

Joseph DiPiazza, Esq., Rising Star, practices divorce and family law, with an expertise in difficult appeals. He writes extensively for The New Jersey Family Lawyer as an associate editor.  Previously Joe was named to the ‘Top 40 Under 40’ by The National Advocates. Joe brings his top-notch writing and sharp legal knowledge to bat for you every time.

Georgia B. Barker, the firm’s newest Rising Star, practices divorce and family law. Georgia serves as the Bergen County representative of the Young Lawyer Division of the NJSBA. Georgia’s diligence and expert legal skills work to ensure that every aspect of your difficult divorce is receiving expert care and attention.

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LESNEVICH, MARZANO-LESNEVICH, TRIGG, O’CATHAIN & O’CATHAIN, LLC 

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