offices in North BrunswicK AND Princeton, NEW JERSEY

Rebecca K. Li

Telephone: (732) 545-7900 | x.115
Facsimile: (732) 545-1030
E-Mail: rli@wolflawfirm.net

Rebecca K. Li, Of Counsel, has focused her entire legal career almost exclusively in the field of family law.

Ms. Li understands that the last place anyone wants to be is in an attorney’s office, especially when the issues involve the most important part of their life: family.

While the first goal in any family law matter is to resolve the case quickly and amicably, that is not always possible. Ms. Li zealously represents her clients from the beginning of their cases to the end, whether that end is achieved through settlement or by trial.

As a working mother, Ms. Li brings more than fifteen years of experience and a keen appreciation of the demands of modern life to help guide her clients to an effective resolution of their cases which makes sense — not only legally, but also practically — for her clients and their families.

Ms. Li has represented clients in all aspects of family law, including divorce, alimony/palimony, child custody and child support, parenting time, college contributions, and equitable distribution of property. She has represented clients through the often-times challenging and confusing adoption process. She has also prepared pre-nuptial agreements, wills and powers of attorney for her clients.

Ms. Li has appeared many times in court at trials and other proceedings, including motions for post-judgment modifications of custody, alimony and child support, and at domestic violence hearings. She has represented her clients before court-mandated settlement panels and in private mediations.

Ms. Li graduated with a Bachelor of Arts from Georgia Southern University in 1993 and received a Juris Doctor from Tulane Law School in New Orleans, Louisiana in 1997. She was admitted to the New Jersey State Bar in 1999. Ms. Li serves as an Early Settlement Panelist for the Family Court in Hunterdon County and Morris County.

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