New Jersey Family Law and Divorce Lawyers

CHRIS ANN WRIGHT, ASSOCIATE, CERTIFIED MEDIATOR, CERTIFIED MATRIMONIAL ATTORNEY

Chris Ann Wright began practicing law in 1995. She received her undergraduate degree from Rutgers University, School of Business and graduated from Widener University School of Law in Wilmington, Delaware. Thereafter, she served as the law clerk to The Honorable John J. Gross, Jr. (Ret.) in the Family Part of the Superior Court of New Jersey, Hudson County. She is certified by the Supreme Court of New Jersey as a Certified Matrimonial Law Attorney. It was as a law clerk Chris Ann began her career in mediation, mediating in both the Family Court and Special Civil. Currently, Chris Ann is a court appointed economic mediator for the Family Division and has a special designation as a domestic violence economic mediator. In addition, Chris Ann has experience in residential real estate as a founding partner of the firm Blanco & Wright, LLC. She has authored several articles on issues of family law and real estate, including the differences between religious and civil annulment, short sales in divorces, and domestic violence mediation.

Chris Ann is a member of the New Jersey Bar and the United States District Court for the District of New Jersey. She is also a member of the Union County and Somerset County Bar Associations, BW Nice of Union County and volunteers on the Juvenile Conference Committee for Union County.

 

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Articles Written by Chris Ann Wright

NEW GUIDELINES FOR HIGHER EDUCATION IN NJ; WHAT DOES THIS MEAN FOR STUDENTS OF DIVORCED PARENTS?

Do you have children attending college this fall? If you do, the campus and students will look very different than it has in previous years. Recently, Governor Murphy said the State of New Jersey will be unveiling guidelines for higher education institutions to follow for reopening this fall.

While the official guidelines have not yet been released,


A Divorce on the Papers

During the COVID-19 crisis, the New Jersey Judiciary recently implemented statewide, the option of obtaining a Judgment of Divorce through the submission of papers only. In other words, a divorce can be obtained without ever appearing in court. This is not possible in every divorce case but if a case is a default case or uncontested case then a divorce can be obtained on the papers.


Technology Allows us to Continue

The New Jersey courts have remained committed to continuing operations during this public health emergency. With the help of technology, New Jersey is implementing more resources to assist you with your Family Court matters. The New Jersey Judiciary wants everyone to have access to justice while resolving your matter as quickly as possible.