Brian P. Latimer
725 Carol Ave
Oakhurst, NJ 07755
Email: [email protected]
Brian offers an empathetic and compassionate, but realistic, approach to clients. Open and easy communication is important to a successful attorney client relationship and Brian believes returning client phone calls within 24 hours is critical to a successful attorney client relationship. Similarly, Brian pursues all avenues of negotiations with adversaries to efficiently and effectively resolve matters.
With more than 34 years of Matrimonial and Family Law experience, Brian strategizes with you how best to approach your case so that you enter into negotiations with clear, realistic goals in mind. Brian spends the time necessary to fully appreciate your objectives and craft a plan to deliver positive results.
Brian actively initiates resolving matters through negotiation/mediation first and in most cases, Brian can negotiate a resolution outside of court. However, if attempts at negotiations are unsuccessful, Brian has the experience and is prepared to aggressively represent your interests in court or at trial when necessary.
New Jersey State Bar Association
Monmouth County Bar Association
Past Chair of the Monmouth County Bar Association Early Settlement Panel
Past Co-Chair of the Monmouth County Bar Association Family Law Committee
Past Member of the Monmouth County Domestic Violence Working Group Committee
Past Member of the Monmouth County Bar Association Young Lawyers Division
Past Member of the State Executive Committee of the Young Lawyers Division
Brian was honored to receive the award for recognition of his volunteer service to the Monmouth County Women’s Center in 1991 and again in 1999.
Brian has been selected a Super Lawyer every year since 2012.
In 2018 Brian was voted one of New Jersey’s Best Lawyers for Families by New Jersey Family Magazine (NJFamily.com).
Wass v. Wass, 311 N.J. Super. 624 (Ch. Div. 1998)
Reid v. Reid, 310 N.J. Super. 12 (App. Div. 1988) cert. denied 154 N.J. 608 (1998)
Brzozowski v. Brzozowksi, 265 N.J. Super. 141 (Ch. Div. 1993) cited in Pascale v. Pascale, 140 N.J. 583 (1995)