Boyarin, Greenwald, and Wesler Selected to New Jersey Family Magazine’s 2017 Best Lawyers for Families
April 18, 2017 – Cranbury, NJ – Special Education Law Firm Sussan, Greenwald & Wesler (SGW) is pleased to announce that three of their attorneys have been selected to New Jersey Family Magazine’s 2017 Best Lawyers for Families in New Jersey. Firm partners Staci J. Greenwald. Esq. and Jayne M. Wesler, Esq. were both featured in the April print and online editions of the magazine, along with Lenore Boyarin, Esq. who is Of Counsel to the firm.
New Jersey Family readers were asked to nominate attorneys who go above and beyond in all that they do, and were surveyed between January and February 2017.
“New Jersey Family is a trusted source in the Garden State, so we are delighted that their readers submitted such heartfelt nominations,” says SGW partner Staci J. Greenwald, Esq. “We feel honored that parents statewide appreciate and support the work that we do to advocate for the rights of children with special needs, as well as helping to protect their family’s financial futures through our Estate Planning Division.”
All of the attorneys at SGW have helped set legal precedent in the New Jersey and Federal Courts. “We are proud of what we do, and the results that we’ve been able to achieve,” says Ms. Greenwald.
For more information, contact Sussan, Greenwald & Wesler, 1249 South River Road, Suite 104, Cranbury, NJ 08512 at (609) 409-3500 or visit www.special-ed-law.com.
About Sussan, Greenwald & Wesler
Sussan, Greenwald & Wesler was founded over 40 years ago when Theodore Sussan first established his general practice. In 1975, personal circumstances involving his autistic son compelled him to gain an in-depth understanding and appreciation for the special education rights of school-aged children between the ages of three and twenty-one. This in turn led to his focus on special education law.
Today, Sussan, Greenwald & Wesler is recognized as one of the leading special education law firms in New Jersey, having helped thousands of children with special needs receive access to the educational opportunities they might otherwise have not had. In some cases, this has meant fighting to set legal precedent in the state. In addition to special needs, the firm's areas of practice include Estates & Trusts, IDEIA, and Guardianship.