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Brian Winters

Brian Winters

Keith, Winters & Wenning
  • Divorce, Family Law, Bankruptcy ...
  • District of Columbia, New Jersey, New York
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Summary

I’m a jersey shore guy - born and raised. Tufts, Duke, university college London , and back to N.J.

I’m a certified matrimonial law attorney with 26 years experience. I’m expert in all types of family law cases, including appeals. I’ve handled over 200 cases in the appellate division and Supreme Court

I also have a concentration in bankruptcy, chapters 7 and 13.

Practice Areas
  • Divorce
  • Family Law
  • Bankruptcy
  • Appeals & Appellate
Fees
  • Free Consultation
  • Credit Cards Accepted
  • Rates, Retainers and Additional Information
    I offer reasonable prices , including capped/flat fees and payment plans.
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
District of Columbia
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New Jersey
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New York
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Languages
  • Hebrew: Spoken, Written
  • Spanish: Spoken, Written
Professional Experience
Partner
Keith, Winters & Wenning
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Associate
Hellring Lindeman
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Clerk
Appellate Division
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Education
Duke University
J.D. (1993) | Law
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Tufts University
B.S. (1990) | Psychology
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Professional Associations
New Jersey State Bar
Member
Current
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Certifications
Matrimonial law attorney
Supreme Court N.J.
Websites & Blogs
Website
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Legal Answers
15 Questions Answered

Q. Should a private student loan that went to collections have been discharged with a chapter 7 bankruptcy?
A: My opinion is that the loans may be dischargeable.
Q. Should medical bills be listed as "consumer debts" on bankruptcy filing?
A: Yes.
Q. What can I do to stop foreclosure on the house and settle parents' estates w/o taking on responsibility for their debts
A: That’s very complicated. Provided there’s no appreciable equity in the home, your parents can bankrupt out of the debt. If you inherit the house, it comes with the mortgage. So long as it gets paid, you’re fine
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Contact & Map
Keith, Winters & Wenning, L.L.C.
Main St & Lareine Ave
P.O. Box 188
Bradley Beach, NJ 07720
Telephone: (732) 774-1212
Fax: (732) 774-6183
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