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Gloucester County Estate Law, Family Law and Real Estate Attorneys

Puff & Cockerill is a Gloucester County law firm based in Woodbury, New Jersey. Our attorney’s provide litigation, transactional and counseling services in all of the firms major practice areas, including estate law, family law, elder law, real estate law, business law, consumer law, personal injury law, workers’ compensation law, and municipal court violations.

For over 35 years, Puff & Cockerill has been dedicated to serving clients throughout New Jersey, including Gloucester County, Camden County, Burlington County, Cumberland County and Salem County. Our clients include individuals, families, estates, small and mid-size businesses and entrepreneurs.

At Puff & Cockerill, we approach the practice of law by providing client-based representation, tailoring legal solutions to meet the needs of our clients. We strive to provide pragmatic and candid advice to our clients, to handle all matters efficiently, and to obtain the best result at a cost that is reasonable and proportionate to the matter at issue. Our difference comes from a strong connection to our clients, to each other, and to our community. Having such strong relationships – with our clients and each other – means we are able to offer the service of a boutique firm with the strength and expertise of a large-city firm.

Our local Gloucester county attorneys offer a wide range of expertise and experience in local, municipal, state and federal laws that govern the State Courts of New Jersey and the United States District Court, District of New Jersey. Together, our firm, our attorneys and our staff feature a depth of knowledge and skill, approaching each case uniquely, individually and professionally.

Puff & Cockerill is a Full Service Law Firm

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Things to Know When Filing for Divorce

When filing for divorce there are things you should know before starting the process. Do you know what your mortgage payment and property taxes are? Do you know who your mortgage company is? These are just two of the many basic questions that are discussed during the initial interview process... read more

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Consequences of Social Media When Involved in a Lawsuit

You must know the consequences of social media when you are involved in a lawsuit. When you are involved in a lawsuit of any type, whether it is a personal injury case, divorce, or settling your parent’s estate, it is essential to understand the reality of our current social media... read more

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NJ Drivers Should Know Their Medical Expense Benefits

New Jersey drivers should know what their medical expense benefits are before they are involved in an automobile accident, because by then it is too late. Our firm and this author have represented hundreds of clients who were injured in car accidents. Unfortunately for the majority of our clients, the... read more

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Inheriting Real Estate: NJ Real Estate Transfer Taxes

New Jersey real estate laws around inheriting real estate can efficiently and effectively keep a family home or property in the family. Maintaining a family property in the family legacy is an admirable and attainable goal for many parents and grandparents. “Life Estate” transfers are a great option in many families.... read more

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NJ Child Support Obligation Termination

A new NJ Child Support Termination Law Becomes Effective February 1, 2017. Governor Christie signed S-1046/A-2721 into law on January 19, 2016. The new legislation establishes 19 as the age when NJ child support and/or medical support obligation shall end. This law will be effective February 1, 2017 and will apply... read more

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New Jersey estate tax law changes

On Friday October 14, 2016, Governor Christie signed into law a comprehensive tax package with important tax cuts including the phasing out of the New Jersey estate tax. Specific to the estate tax, the legislation provides that the current $675,000 exemption from state estate tax will be increased to $2... read more