Steven B. Sacharow has substantial and extensive experience in family law and complex commercial litigation and is nationally recognized for his work.
In his family law practice, Mr. Sacharow’s representation of clients includes matters involving child custody, parenting time, child support, alimony and equitable distribution (the division) of assets. It also consists of legal aspects of relationship formation including cohabitation and prenuptial agreements. His practice further includes representation of individuals involved in same sex relationships, including cohabitation agreements and dissolution of relationships, involving marriages and non-formalized relationships. Mr. Sacharow’s adoption practice is comprised of domestic and interstate adoptions, agency or private, and he has extensive experience in the litigation of contested adoption matters.
Mr. Sacharow represents clients in complex litigation and arbitration in business, including shareholder disputes, corporate and partnership divorces, and corporate, healthcare and estate and probate matters. In this arm of his practice, he has successfully acquired favorable results on behalf of individuals, corporations, partnerships, physicians and other healthcare professionals.
Mr. Sacharow also practices in the area of alternative dispute resolution. He is a family law mediator and has completed the 40-hour Supreme Court approved Family Law Mediation Training. In addition, Mr. Sacharow has completed training in Collaborative Divorce and is a member of the South Jersey Collaborative Divorce Professionals. Mr. Sacharow has participated in the courts of New Jersey as a mediator and was included on the Supreme Court’s Roster of Mediators for civil, general equity, and probate mediation.
A former Deputy Attorney General with the New Jersey Division of Criminal Justice from 1976-1979, Mr. Sacharow has numerous published decisions in cases which he litigated before the trial and Appellate Courts of New Jersey. He has also argued before the New Jersey Supreme Court. In 2005, he was one of 180 Congressional Angels in Adoption honored by the Congressional Coalition on Adoption Institute at a national ceremony in Washington, D.C.