For over 20 years, the attorneys of Underwood & Micklin have combined a unique blended of compassionate understanding with zealous advocacy to provide the South Jersey community with high quality representation in the areas of family law, personal injury, criminal law and bankruptcy. We are proud of the results we have achieved over the years, but even more proud of the many, many individuals whom we have helped to successfully move on with their lives. If there is a secret to our success, it can be found in two words: “We listen.”
Few situations are more difficult than the dissolution of a marriage or significant relationship. That is why, whether it means advocating for custody, seeking a more equitable distribution of assets, fighting for child support, or enforcing divorce provisions, at Underwood & Micklin, our singular objective is to help you get on with your life.
Whether you were injured in an automobile accident or a fall; hurt by a defective product or through the negligence of another, Underwood & Micklin is here to help you obtain the compensation to which you are entitled. We always seek to reach an amiable settlement, but when necessary, will litigate zealously on your behalf.
Whether the matter involves a simple DUI, a traffic offense, a drug-related crime, or a major felony, one things is always true. You have certain rights. At Underwood & Micklin, we have spent decades defending those rights for individuals in the municipal, superior and federal court systems and will apply all of our considerable legal acumen towards achieving a favorable outcome for your case.
Getting past the problems of debt, foreclosures, repossessions and away from the harassment of creditors is not easy. Underwood & Micklin can help. We are well-versed in New Jersey’s bankruptcy laws and have spent decades counseling individuals and businesses on how to get back on their feet again.
At Underwood & Micklin, we believe we have a responsibility to do more than just obtain the best possible outcome for your divorce. Our commitment to you is for the long haul. We are here to modify settlement agreements when necessary, and will work to ensure that all orders are properly enforced. If you or your ex-spouse has experienced a substantial change of circumstances, there may be a chance to modify the original judgment. If there are grounds for a modification, we will seek to do so in an amicable way with the other party. If this cannot be done, a court order may be sought.