Adam M. Eisenhut, Esq.

Adam Eisenhut, Esq.Adam has been certified by the Supreme Court of New Jersey Super Lawyer 2017as a Matrimonial Law Attorney and was selected as a Super Lawyer for 2017. Adam has devoted his practice exclusively to Family Law, including divorce, dissolution, and all issues therein, including alimony, child support, custody, NJ Supreme Court - Certified Attorneyparenting time, post-judgment applications for modification, domestic violence hearings, valuation of assets and debt, income determination, equitable distribution of assets and debt and prenuptial agreements.

Adam is a Family Law Mediator and previously served as a court-approved mediator for Special Civil matters during his time as a judicial law clerk. Adam is also trained as a Collaborative Divorce Attorney and regularly volunteers as an Early Settlement Panelist in Hunterdon and Somerset Counties.

Adam M. Eisenhut is an attorney licensed to practice law in the State of New Jersey and the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and was admitted to practice in 2007. Adam earned his Juris Doctor degree from the University of Pittsburgh School of Law and was the recipient of a Dean's Scholarship and the CALI Award for Intellectual Property. Adam also served as an editor of the University of Pittsburgh's Law Review Journal.

He received his Bachelor of Arts in both Psychology and Philosophy and graduated cum laude from Boston University. While attending law school he was an extern for the Honorable Donald E. Machen in the Court of Common Pleas, Criminal Division in Pittsburgh, PA . Following his graduation from law school he served as a judicial law clerk for Honorable Stephen B. Rubin in the New Jersey Superior Court, Civil Division in Hunterdon County.

Adam is an active member of the Hunterdon County Bar Association and is a member of the Family Law Practice Committee and the Collaborative Law Committee. You can contact Adam online or call 908-237-9711.

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