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I am Michele Hart, the Managing Attorney of M. Hart Divorce & Family Law. I have practiced law for over 25 years with 19 years dedicated exclusively to divorce and family law matters. I am trained as a divorce and family mediator and collaborative divorce attorney, which optimizes my ability to find unique solutions to meet your particular goals. The real value of my services comes from my having those skills that are crucial to advocate and negotiate for you, such as communication, negotiation, creative problem solving, and insight into human behavior.

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Here's What Our Clients Are Saying

“Michele Hart successfully handled my marital settlement agreement and child support case. She has a very calm demeanor in and out of the courtroom. Michele has an exceptionally strong eye for detail and a strong sense of organization. She is an extremely talented attorney who cares a great deal about her clients and her firm. I have been divorced for over a year now and we still remain friends. She takes great pride in her work.”


“I was going through a very difficult time in my life and Michele and her office held my hand and walked me through I will never forget what and how she treated me. Thanks.”

-S. Roberson

“My experience with Michele made a very stressful situation go above and beyond my expectations. She was extremely knowledgeable and clear on all aspects of the procedures to be done. She was always there for me when and if I had any questions. (which unfortunately was quite often) She was very timely on our appointments. She was truly a Professional.”


“Michele stepped in while I was in the midst of trying to deal with my ex’s attorney by myself and it was clear that it was not going to work out well for me. From our first meeting to the court date, everything went so smoothly and I know it was because of her. Michele is knowledgeable, professional and prompt but at the same time, compassionate. It’s clear that she truly cares about her work and her clients. I couldn’t have asked for a better divorce attorney.”


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When Does a Non-Marital Asset Become “Marital” in Your New Jersey Divorce?

If you’re separated or considering divorce, chances are you’re wondering which assets are likely yours to keep. In New Jersey, assets that have been acquired “during the marriage” are subject to “equitable distribution.” The term “during the marriage” generally includes Read More

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How To Keep Your Relationship Healthy, According To Divorce Lawyers

When it comes to relationships, some are healthier than others when it comes to how both people relate to one another. Of course, good communication between you and your partner is critical. Without it, unexpected conflicts and miscommunication are more Read More

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