FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
Partner/Shareholder Thomas Roberto will be presenting at the 2023 New Jersey State Bar Association Annual Meeting and Convention. Tom will be presenting on May 18, 2023, as part of a panel on “Unconventional Custody Issues.” Tom’s presentation will focus on creative parenting time solutions.
Atlantic City, NJ, USA – The New Jersey State Bar Association will be hosting its annual meeting and convention on May 17-19th, 2023, at the Borgata Casino and Hotel. The meeting will be host to a variety of informational seminars and events to elevate the practice of law in New Jersey, including Family Law. ARBM’s own partner and shareholder, Thomas Roberto, will discuss creative parenting time solutions as part of a distinguished panel of respected New Jersey family law attorneys on May 18, 2023 at 8:00 a.m.
Creative parenting time solutions emphasizes the importance of finding creative solutions for parents to spend quality time with their children while navigating the challenges of separation or divorce. The approach recognizes that traditional parenting plans may not work for all families and seeks to find ways to make the parenting process more manageable and beneficial for all parties involved.
“I am looking forward discussing perhaps the most challenging and important topic for families going through divorce or separation, their children. Having a platform for legal experts to share their experiences and knowledge on unique custody issues and creative parenting time arrangements helps us as practitioners to assist our clients in ensuring they maintain consistent time and relationships with children,” shares Roberto.
About Thomas Roberto, Esq. – Partner/Shareholder
A highly sought family law attorney, Roberto advocates on behalf of clients throughout the state of New Jersey, helping them resolve their unique legal issues. Tom is a member of the Family Law Section Executive Committee of the New Jersey State Bar Association, and former Co-Chair of the Young Lawyers’ Subcommittee of the Family Law Section. He is also an acting managing editor of the New Jersey Family Lawyer, a publication of the Family Law Section. He has lectured on numerous family law topics for NJICLE and other professional organizations throughout New Jersey. He served as a judicial law clerk to the Honorable Terrence R. Cook, J.S.C., Superior Court of New Jersey, Chancery Division, Family Part. Tom resides with his wife and two children in South Jersey.
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