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About Stutzke Law LLC.

Stutzke Law is a boutique family, employment, estate planning, and commercial litigation practice with dual offices located in Parlin and Freehold, New Jersey.

Here at Stutzke Law, your problems become our problems. It’s not about us - it’s about you. We understand that losing a business, a job or a marriage is quite possibly one of the most devastating and demanding times in a person's life. To that end, we strive to be sensitive to the financial and emotional needs of each and every one of our clients.

We more than prepared to see you through these tough times as not only a counselor but as a close friend and an equal. We are very protective of our clients' rights, and work hard to achieve optimal settlement packages for them. But when necessary, we litigate aggressively to protect our clients' interests.

Contact our office today to arrange a free consultation. (732) 952-2903 – Stutzke Law, LLC has Greek and Spanish translators on site. Please let us know if you require translation services for your free initial consultation!

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When Swedish Meatballs Go Sour – Why You Need a Cohabitation Agreement


Ah, love. In today’s world, it usually begins with a mutual right swipe on Tinder or an E-Harmony match notification, assuming the latter site didn’t reject your profile. After a few dates, typically revolving around drinks and/or overpriced appetizers, comes a declaration of exclusivity. Then arrives the U-HAUL, which, for all intents and purposes, means that IT (Ahem) JUST GOT REAL.

The single life graciously lends itself to one’s self, and not much else. The decision to finally take that long walk down the aisles of IKEA with someone other…

The Abuse of the Subpoena Power in Family Part Matters

The subpoena power is a very delicate one requiring the utmost level of discretion. The NJ Court Rules outline a series of procedural prerequisites to the sustainability of a Subpoena Duces Tecum. A Subpoena Duces Tecum is essentially a “deposition subpoena” compelling the person named therein to appear at a given time and place and produce certain documents or other information requested.

In divorce matters, some parties, via counsel, unfortunately seek to abuse this power by issuing subpoenas seeking wholly irrelevant information with the potential to embarrass or annoy the…

Commercial Litigation

As a small business enterprise, Stutzke Law understands the utmost importance of protecting your corporate entity from ruthless and unfair competitors, as well as vindictive current or former employees intent on injuring the enterprise for which you work so hard.  The damage that may be occasioned by trusting the wrong person can be nothing short of financially devastating to your business.

Conversely, it is essential for employees and consultants to understand and be aware of any restrictions that may be placed on their livelihood by way of common law or…

Divorce Litigation

The media frequently touts the benefits of mediation and collaborative law as a means of resolving divorce and other family disputes short of litigation. While these methods of alternate dispute resolution are indeed valuable, and frequently result in fair settlement packages at a reduced cost, they are not always appropriate or effective.

For instance, the ethical rules governing mediators prohibit mediation where a Final Restraining Order has been entered against a spouse.  Even in cases where there is no such order, there might be such a power imbalance in a…

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