Kourtney Borchers, Esq. is an attorney at Weinberger Divorce & Family Law Group, LLC. After graduating from Pennsylvania State University’s Dickinson Law School and receiving her Juris Doctorate, Ms. Borchers had the opportunity to begin working full-time as a family law attorney where she has spent her entire career working diligently to advocate for her divorce and family law clients.
Making a difference in the lives of her clients’ was why Ms. Borchers went to law school. As families are the cornerstone of society, helping her clients deal with their divorce and family law issues in the best way possible was the perfect opportunity for Ms. Borchers to make that difference. She accomplished this by using creative legal strategies to solve and address all of her clients concerns. This has helped improve her clients lives post their divorce and family law matter as well as the lives of their children.
Whether Ms. Borchers is handling a litigated complex family law dispute, or a settlement agreement for the distribution of assets in a divorce case, Ms. Borchers always provides attentive service, compassion for her clients, and thorough knowledge of the law. She puts her client’s needs first which sometimes requires her to use her extensive litigation, trial and negotiation experience enables her to zealously fight for her clients rights. Her goal is to provide families with the tools necessary to begin their new lives, separate and apart, after a relationship dissolves so that they can productively and effectively move forward.
Ms. Borchers is admitted to the New Jersey Bar and the New Jersey District Court Bar. Her practice is exclusively concentrated in matrimonial and family law, where she remains dedicated to serving the best interests of her clients in all matters related to child custody, divorce, child support, alimony, and division of assets.
She also volunteers as a panelist at the family courts in the Early Settlement Programs. Not only has Ms. Borchers been a Barrister of the Thomas S. Forkin Family Law Inns of Court, she is presently a member of the New Jersey State Bar Association, the Gloucester County Bar Association and the Camden County Bar Association.
Ms. Borchers resides in South Jersey where she is an active member of her community and enjoys spending time with her three daughters.
* American Institute of Family Law(10 Best Client Satisfaction; Top 10 Under 40) “To be named an attorney must be formally nominated by the board, client, and/or fellow Attorney; have attained the highest degree of professional achievement in his or her field of law; and having done so with an impeccable Client Satisfaction rating. To learn more about the selection process see www.aiofla.org. No aspect of this has been approved by the Supreme Court of New Jersey.
Areas of Practice:
Family and Matrimonial Law
Divorce and Legal Separations
Dissolution of Domestic Partnerships/Civil Unions and Same Sex Marriages
Visitation and Parenting Time
Alimony and Palimony
Division of Assets -Equitable Distribution
Pre and Post-Nuptial Agreements
Adoption & Kinship Legal Guardianship
Modification of Custody
Modification of Child Support
Modification, Reduction or Termination of Alimony
Enforcement of Custody
Enforcement of Child Support
Enforcement of Alimony
Domestic Violence Matters
Post Divorce Matters
Relocation out of the State of New Jersey with a child
Division of Child Protection and Permanency (DCP&P -formerly DYFS)
State of New Jersey U.S. District Court, District of New Jersey
Pennsylvania State University, Dickinson Law, J.D. Minnesota State University, Makato, B.S.
Professional Associations and Memberships:
Gloucester County Bar Association Camden County Bar Association New Jersey State Bar Association Barrister, Thomas S. Forkin Family Law Inns of Court
Panelist, Camden County Family Court, Early Settlement Program
Kourtney is located in our Burlington County office and works throughout South Jersey. To schedule a free initial consultation with Kourtney, please call (888) 888-0919 or click the button to arrange online.
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