John E. Ten Hoeve, Jr., Esq. attended Rutgers University and Rutgers University School of Law. In law school, he held the prestigious position of Notes and Comments Editor for the Rutgers Law Review. He is a member of the state and federal bar, and the Bergen County Bar Association.
John E. Ten Hoeve, Jr., Esq. has practiced general law in Bergen County for over 36 years, litigating hundreds of cases and mediating numerous family matters. He has served clients in many spheres of the law, including real estate; business; municipal and other fields, however, the principal focus of his practice has been in the areas of family law and municipal law. He has substantial experience representing clients in divorce, custody, child support and post-judgment matrimonial litigation. He has also been the attorney for municipal governing bodies, zoning boards and planning boards and has represented clients appearing before such entities.
John E. Ten Hoeve, Jr., Esq. is also a certified mediator, appointed by the courts to mediate family disputes. He is the chairman of an early settlement panel, assisting the courts in attempting to resolve matrimonial disputes. He has also been appointed by the Supreme Court of New Jersey to serve in the past as an attorney member of a Fee Arbitration Committee, a body that resolves fee disputes between attorneys and clients.
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