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Matthew Coleman joined Einhorn Barbarito in its Matrimonial and Family Law department in April 2013. He focuses on a wide variety of issues including divorce, child custody, parenting time, child support and alimony. Matthew’s practice is also concentrated on the niche area of family law’s impact and interaction with both LGBTQ individuals and same-sex couples.

Matthew began his career as a law clerk for the Honorable Maureen B. Mantineo, P.J.F.P – Presiding Judge for the Family Part court in Hudson County. During his tenure, he handled divorce, custody and visitation disputes, child support cases, domestic violence and other related family matters. Matthew understands that people often need the assistance of family law attorneys during highly emotional or difficult times in their lives. He has the patience and knowledge to guide clients efficiently through the court process, and the skills and experience to advocate for his clients at every stage.

Matthew is active in a variety of leadership roles in the legal community. He is a two-year term appointee to the New Jersey Supreme Court District Ethics Committee and is currently serving as a Trustee of the LGBT Rights Section of the New Jersey State Bar Association.

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Honors & Accolades

Matthew has been recognized by the following:

  • Best Lawyers: Ones to Watch® in America (Woodward/White, Inc.), Family Law, 2021-2024
  • Thomson Reuters, Super Lawyers®
    • New Jersey Rising Stars: 2016–2021

Professional Affiliations

  • New Jersey State Bar Association, LGBT Rights Section Member
  • District Ethics Committee V C – West Essex
  • Morris County Bar Association
  • Hudson County Bar Association
  • Justice Virginia Long Family Law American Inn of Court

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