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Steady Guidance For The Difficult Issues Of Family Law

Families change. Circumstances change. That leads to conflict, uncertainty and difficult decisions.

The McDonough Law Office offers sound advice and strong advocacy in family law. We are here to stand up for your parental rights and financial interests while guiding you through a difficult time.

Call our Woodstown law firm at 856-624-3644 to arrange a free initial consultation.

Smart Solutions To Move You Forward

Strong emotions can cloud your ability to think clearly about complex legal issues. Attorney Allison McDonough’s legal knowledge, perspective and problem-solving skills help you make the best of your situation and look toward the future.

She can address all facets of family law, including:

Ms. McDonough served as a clerk for the family courts of Salem, Cumberland and Gloucester counties. Those behind-the-scenes insights and in-depth knowledge of New Jersey statutes help her advocate for you and customize your legal strategies. In family law, you choose your battles, especially where children are involved. But we are equipped to fight for you when an out-of-court solution is not possible.

Have You Considered Mediation?
Many family law issues are amenable to a mediated resolution. Mediation is typically quicker and less costly than litigation, with less acrimony. It puts the decisions and solutions in your hands. Allison McDonough is a certified mediator with training in mediating family matters. Rather than representing one party as their lawyer, she can act as a neutral facilitator to help both sides find a workable middle ground.

We practice in Salem County and surrounding jurisdictions. For a free, confidential consultation, call 856-624-3644 or use our online contact form.