Helping New Jersey Families Since 2012

Our family law firm has years of experience in handling both amicable and adversarial divorce cases. Whether you need a guide through a cooperative separation or a results-driven advocate in court, our firm has an attorney prepared to handle the nuances of your unique case.

We know how divorce can tear families apart, driving wedges between spouses and their children. Divorce law issues such as alimony, child support, equitable distribution, child custody, and parenting schedules, can be complicated and stressful to negotiate. That’s not even including the complex emotions that can come with a divorce. All of these factors can make your separation far worse than it needs to be. We have years of experience working with clients from Westfield, New Jersey, and beyond, helping guide them through all of the delicate issues that can arise in divorce and family law.

Keith Family Law Practice Areas

Divorce & Separation

We provide expert legal guidance through the entire divorce process, from a period of separation to divorce finalization.


Alimony can be an emotional and complex component of divorce. We can help negotiate an acceptable outcome for everyone involved.

Child Support & Custody

Child support issues can be varied and complex. We can help you ensure the well-being of your child is put before anything else

Equitable Distribution

Get the help you need to ensure all marital assets are distributed in an equitable manner between the parties involved.

Domestic Violence

Receive the legal assistance you need in order to get you and your children out of a domestic violence situation and into safety.


Keep control over your divorce with an agreement reached on your schedule and tailored specifically to your needs.

Heather C. Keith, Esq.



Carolyn B. Hand, Esq.

Senior Attorney


Caitlin D. Toker, Esq.

Senior Attorney

Every end is a new beginning

Contact our family law attorneys today to schedule your initial consultation or explore how we can help people just like you in specific family law areas: