Ms. Gerri Gomperts has been practicing law since 1977, with a focus on Family Law for the past 40 years. Her practice includes divorce litigation, arbitration, and mediation. These methodologies address issues of custody and parenting time, child support, alimony, and equitable distribution and include more complex financial issues such as business valuations, partnership or share owner interests, executive compensation, and the like.
During her 40 years of legal experience in this field, Ms. Gomperts has served as a Master in the Richard J. Hughes American Inn of Court and was a member of the Union County Bar Association Family Law Committee, as well as serving as a panelist on the Matrimonial Early Settlement program for Union County. She has also been a member of the Union County Bar Association Judicial and Prosecutorial Appointments Committee and a member of the New Jersey State Bar Association Judicial and Prosecutorial Appointments Committee. She has been appointed by various judges, on numerous occasions, as a guardian ad litem, attorney for various parties, discovery master, mediator, arbitrator, and Blue Ribbon mediation panelist. Ms. Gomperts has been consistently recognized in “The Best Lawyers in America” and the “New Jersey Super Lawyers” publications.
Union County Bar Association Union County Early Settlement Panel Advisory Committee
Judicial/Prosecutorial Appointment Committee (County & State)
Union County Early Settlement Panel
Richard J. Hughes American Inn of Court
Union County Bar Association
Former Member, Family Law Committee
Court-appointed guardian ad litem, discovery master, mediator, arbitrator, and blue ribbon panelist
New Jersey State Bar Association
Johns v. Johns, 208 N.J. Super. 733 (Ch.Div. 1985)
Ruprecht v. Ruprecht, 252 N.J. Super. 230 (Ch. Div. 1991)
Wilde v. Wilde, 337 N.J. Super. 1 (App. Div. 2001)
Awards & Recognition
Super Lawyers (2016 to present)
Listed in The Best Lawyers in America© (a trademark of Woodward/White, Inc.) in the Family Law practice area (2015, 2021)
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