Brunetti, Donnelly & Gulczynski, LLC; Attorneys at Law
BDG
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35 Journal Square, Suite 822 • Jersey City, NJ 07306 • (201) 537-5234

Welcome

The law firm of Brunetti, Donnelly & Gulczynski has over 20 years of combined experience in practicing in the New Jersey Courts.

As experienced trial attorneys, BDG will navigate you through the legal system in order to resolve your case in a reasonable and equitable manner. We recognize the last thing you want to do is deal with a legal problem alone.

As your advocates, BDG will approach your legal issue with compassion and expertise. We are a boutique law firm specializing in all aspects of family law, and at Brunetti, Donnelly & Gulczynski you will get the personal attention you deserve to achieve your goals. Our distinctive collective approach to your case ensures you will have the benefit of our legal team at the helm, strategizing to address the specifics of your complex legal issues with minimal emotional and financial cost to you.

While we specialize in family law and landlord/tenant matters, we also handle wills, municipal court matters and other areas of law.

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Palimony: did you get it in writing?

When couples live together and there is a promise to financially support each other, must that promise of support be reduced to writing to be enforceable and valid? In New Jersey the answer to this question is it depends! The … Continue reading

Posted on 2 October 2014 | 3:22 pm

What is “Conscious Uncoupling?”

This week, in a highly publicized separation, Gwyneth Paltrow announced her split from her husband on her website, calling it a “conscious uncoupling.” This is a fairly new term that has people talking. What is “conscious uncoupling” and what is … Continue reading

Posted on 27 March 2014 | 7:04 pm

Should child support end automatically at 19?

Proposed legislation in New Jersey would end child support automatically upon a child turning 19 years of age. Currently, in New Jersey a child is entitled to continue to receive child support until the supporting parent petitions the court to … Continue reading

Posted on 25 March 2014 | 8:00 pm

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