Christina Kolevich is a young lawyer that is equipped with every stage of the legal process. Christina has helped clients navigate through all aspects of all types of family matters, including divorce, alimony, equitable distribution, child support, parenting time, custody, relocation, post-judgment matters, premarital agreements, appeals and domestic violence.
She assists in matrimonial matters that involve complex high-net-worth asset distribution, business valuations and support. Her attention to detail, organizational skills and ability to maintain high levels of discovery have allowed her to assist on the most complex matters in the firm. She is also highly proficient in assisting clients negotiate and draft premarital, cohabitation and marital settlement agreements.
She confirmed her passion for helping children and their loved ones when faced with the court system before attending law school. Christina’s empathy and compassion allow her to help clients on a personal level, who appreciate her calm professionalism as she assists them in navigating through difficult times.
As a first-generation American, Christina finds interest in learning and exploring all languages, cultures and traditions. She is fluent in Macedonian. When away from the office, Christina enjoys collecting passport stamps and traveling the world.
- Rutger's University, 2007, B.A. in History and Political Science
- Thomas M. Cooley Law School, 2012, J.D., Concentration in Litigation
- New Jersey State Bar
- New Jersey State Bar Association Family Law Section and Young Lawyers Division
- Union County Bar Association
- Northern New Jersey Barry Croland Family Law Inns of Court
- Young Lawyers Section of the Family Law Executive Committee of the State Bar
- Mentee of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers
hristina serves as a court-appointed attorney in guardianship matters in the Union County Superior Court. She served as a Volunteer Attorney for Unchained At Last, serving as a volunteer divorce attorney for domestic violence victims. She also volunteered as a speaker and pro bono attorney to help self-represented litigants with family law issues at the child support and divorce clinics at Volunteer Lawyers for Justice.
While in law school, Ms. Kolevich served as a student attorney and Guardian Ad Litem in the public defender clinic at the Washtenaw County Office of Public Defender in Ann Arbor, Michigan.