As Managing Partner of Simon Law Group, Mr. Simon is responsible for overseeing case-resolution, and frequently litigates an expansive variety of criminal/DUI, Civil and Divorce matters to a large network of clientele.
Mr. Simon is licensed to practice throughout New Jersey, and is admitted to the New Jersey, Pennsylvania, New York, and the District of Columbia Bar. He is also authorized to litigate in the District Court, US Circuit Courts, the US Supreme Court, and various matters of the Military & Armed Forces. As a member of numerous Bar Associations, he is guided by a commitment to the best interests of his clients, and adheres to the highest standards of the legal profession.
Britt Simon is HGN certified as well as being a certified trainer. He has completed ARIDE training and has studied DRE for Attorneys.
Attorney and litigator Stephen Zullo has practiced law throughout the region for well over 25 years, and is also fluent in Spanish. Mr. Zullo began his career serving in the U.S. Military as a soldier in the Army.
Mr. Zullo's profession includes an extensive focus in a range of closely related legal fields, including vast experience in personal injury and medical malpractice law. Mr. Zullo has vast experience in Personal Injury, "Slip & Fall" matters, Auto/vehicular Accidents and machine-related incidents, Professional Malpractice, Bankruptcy and Foreclosure Defense and an ever-growing range of complex litigation.
Lisa’s focus is on Estate Planning, Elder Law and Family Law, specifically, divorce, child custody, child support, separation agreements and the like.
She completed her bachelor’s cum laude at Montclair State University and her J.D. at Rutgers Law School in Newark.
During her time at Rutgers Law School, she was part of the Child Advocacy Clinic and Exchequer (treasurer) of Phi Delta Phi.
After law school, she opened her own law office in Chatham, NJ where for several years she focused on Estate Planning and Elder Law and represented individuals in various aspects of Family Law.
Lisa has a deep appreciation for how every matter is unique and often requires a tailored approach.
A graduate of the University of Richmond law school in 1989, Joel Friedman clerked at the Middlesex County Prosecutors Office in New Brunswick and worked for the Schwartzman & Schwartzman law firm for three years before opening his law office in New Brunswick in 1993.
Mr. Friedman was a sole practitioner for 24 years, specializing in Divorce, custody issues, DCPP (DYFS) as well as criminal and juvenile defense, municipal and superior court, and real estate transactions. Joel goes out of his way to devote himself to his clients’ needs.
In addition to over 25 years of experience since being admitted to the bar in 1988, John Kelleher offers a wealth of practical knowledge and experience unparalleled by other firms. Internships in the NJ Superior Court Family and Civil Law Division, Clerkships with the Somerset County Prosecutor’s Office and Sup. Court Judge Alexander J. Menza, intensive mediation seminar with the Institute for Dispute Resolution, and an MA in Psychology all contribute to John’s acute understanding of the legal process from several perspectives. This unusual insight can be invaluable in developing case strategy and achieving optimal resolutions for our clients.
Mr. Kelleher's focus is on Matrimonial issues such as Divorce, Separation, Child Support, Parenting Time and other related issues.
Mr. Kelleher is a Rutger's Law School Alum
A cum laude early-graduate of Manhattanville College in New York, Mr. Frins attended Pace University School of Law, where he earned his JD. During his time at Pace, he won the AAJ Trial Advocacy Competition,the 2011 ABA Labor Law Trial Advocacy Competition, and earned his certificate in the study of International Law. Mr. Frins worked as a Research Assistant at the Center for Continuing Legal Education, reviewing and researching case law for the Judicial Institute Program.
Mr. Frins also served as an extern for the Westchester County DA's Office, and as an intern for the NY Unified Court System's 9th Judicial District.
Erik currently works part-time as a Public Defender, and has extensive experience in the review of Mortgage-Backed Securities. At Simon Law Group, Erik is devoted to developing sincere relationships with his clients and representing them to the fullest extent under law. Mr. Frins handles injury related claims such as Workers' Compensation, Social Security Disability. He also handles various civil litigation matters.
Upon graduation from East Stroudsburg University, John joined the United States Marine Corps, wherein he was offered a position in the prestigious Officer Candidate School (OCS), but declined, and instead chose to earn his law degree, ultimately graduating in 1999 from Seton Hall University School of Law. Mr. Caleca was an associate attorney for two private firms - one specializing in defense, and the other, mainly representing plaintiffs. Shortly after, John acted in the capacity of Chief of Staff & Counsel to the Commissioner of the New Jersey State Board of Public Utilities.
Mr. Caleca is admitted in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, New York, the U.S. District Court of NJ, and the Eastern District of PA. A member of the New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Northhampton County Bar Associations, John represents hundreds of clients each year in a variety of matters.
Allison Turley Madden
With nearly three decades of experience representing clients in all aspects of divorce and family law, Allison’s skill and expertise allow her to help clients achieve creative solutions to difficult legal issues. Allison earned her Juris Doctorate at Duquesne University School of Law in 1991. Since graduating from law school, Allison has focused her practice on family law, gaining extensive experience in complex equitable distribution matters, child custody disputes, Division of Child Protection and Permanency matters, alimony modification applications, domestic violence law matters and related family law cases. She is a recipient of legal services awards for her work with juveniles through the Juvenile Justice program in Bergen County, a former member of the District IIB Ethics Committee, a graduate of the Justice Morris Pashman American Inn of Court and a volunteer advocate for victims of domestic violence. Allison works with clients to envision and create solutions to their disputes that allow her clients to move forward through life in a positive, healthy manner post-divorce. She lives in Hunterdon County New Jersey with her two sons, and has personally weathered the divorce process, enabling her to relate to clients and help them to see the light at the end of the tunnel and a positive future life.