Chase and Chase LLC is your Bergen County law firm of choice if you need attentive, experienced and local representation in the areas of Family Law including, divorce, separation, child support, custody, alimony, domestic violence and more.
In addition to our Family Law experience and expertise, our business and commercial clients benefit from our legal counsel in a wide variety of situations including the sale and purchase of local businesses, leasing, relocation, expansion, collection of accounts and related business issues.. Ambiguities in business agreements and relationships often create conflicts that require the sound advice of legal counsel.
Bruce Evan Chase was admitted to practice law in 1978 before the Supreme Court of New Jersey and United States District Court for the State of New Jersey. For more than 40 years, he has appeared regularly in Family Law related matters at the trial level not only in Bergen County, but in Passaic, Hudson, Union and Morris Counties as well.
Bruce is a past-president of the Bergen County Bar Association. He continues to serve as a Co-Chair of the Association’s Family Law Committee, a position he has held for more than 19 years. He also continues as a representative to the Executive Committee of the Family Law Section of the New Jersey State Bar Association.
He is a Fellow of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers and served as the President of the New Jersey chapter in 2015-2016. He is certified by the Supreme Court of New Jersey as a Certified Matrimonial Law Attorney. He is also certified as a trained Family Law Arbitrator by the AAML.
Our Client Based Philosophy
Depending on which practice area is involved, the primary goal for all our clients is to recover fair financial compensation, protection of financial interests or secure financial success in commercial ventures. Our goal is to seek justice and a fair resolution of all conflicts.
Underpinning our goal is the guiding principal of caring about our clients. By caring, we come to know and understand our client’s concerns and needs, and we are continually driven to improve our knowledge and abilities.
Call our office today at 201.343.6555
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