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Providing Central New Jersey with Quality Legal Representation Since 1984.
As a trusted Central New Jersey legal resource for more than 30 years, Shamy, Shipers & Lonski, P.C. provides experienced representation and honest answers to even the most complex legal issues. Whether your matter involves criminal defense, business law, estate planning, personal injury, copyright, trademark, or family law, schedule a free consultation with a lawyer at our firm at either our East Brunswick location in Middlesex County or at our Belmar location in Monmouth County.
Our attorneys' experience is diverse and wide-ranging. The attorneys at Shamy, Shipers & Lonski, P.C. span from former county prosecutors, a former judicial clerk, and a former insurance defense litigator. With these backgrounds, our attorneys are able to create unique and effective litigation strategies. For example, in criminal cases, our attorneys are able to understand and anticipate a prosecutor's strategy. You can read more about each of Shamy, Shipers & Lonski, P.C.'s attorneys in their attorney profiles.
From the Jersey Shore to Rutgers, and all throughout Central New Jersey, Shamy, Shipers & Lonski, P.C. provides legal advice and representation to clients in a wide spectrum of practice areas. We offer our clients a large-firm experience and resources within the comfort and convenience of a small firm. We understand our clients are people -- not just another case -- with tenable problems and legal issues. Therefore, we ensure you get the attention you deserve from our attorneys and from our professional staff.
We're in the business of helping people. As such, our door is always open during normal business hours. You can also call for an appointment. Our hours of operation are:
334 Milltown Rd, East Brunswick, New Jersey 08816, United States
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