About Our Morris County Family Lawyer
More than 30 Years of Experience in the Legal Profession
Brett Levine is an accomplished attorney who has served Morris County for more than three decades and follows in the footsteps of his father, Melvin Levine. In 1986, Brett graduated from George Washington University Law School and was an honors graduate in accounting and member of the National Economics Honor Society. Attorney Levine has used his abilities and experience to help clients in their family law issues. He can provide you with dedicated legal representation that is focused on helping you move forward with your life.
If you are in need of legal help for a family law matter, contact our firm at (973) 718-3999.
Attorney Levine’s Bar Admissions
Our lawyer at Levine & Levine has been admitted to many bar associations:
- New Jersey
- New York
- U.S. District Court
- U.S. Court of Appeals Third Circuit
- U.S. District Court District New Jersey
What Sets Our Lawyer Apart from Others
As a sole practitioner, Attorney Levine works directly with each of our clients. He does not pass off the work to a paralegal, an associate, or some other staff member. He is also an accredited divorce mediator who is able to help many couples successfully resolve the aspects of their divorce without having to turn to litigation. He also works well with other attorneys and sees the benefit of collaborating instead of being confrontational and making the legal process tougher on everyone.
Contact Levine & Levine to Learn How Our Firm Can Help You
Attorney Levine has recognized certain traits that can make a big difference in family law cases and does his best to use these with each client. First, he listens thoughtfully to the client and to the other party to gather as much information as possible at the moment. He is not judgmental because he knows judging will make it harder for clients to talk with him. Finally, he prepares diligently to be able to offer the best representation he can.
Contact us at (973) 718-3999 to arrange for a consultation in Morris County.