Author Archives: Sandy Durst

About Sandy Durst

Sandy Durst, Esq., is the founding partner of The Durst Firm where he heads the Family Law Department. Individuals facing a divorce benefit from the combination of legal skill, common sense and compassion that Sandy brings to each and every matter. Each case is given the personalized attention it deserves.

A quick COVID update from The Durst Firm

This week marks a significant milestone as many business begin to reopen as NJ continues to work through the COVID-19 pandemic. Like all of you, we hope that the progress continues and that remaining restrictions can be lifted in a … Continue reading

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NJ Family Court remains open and operating

Continuing to serve our client’s through this pandemic has been a challenge but we are proud to say that The Durst Firm has remained able to provide uninterrupted service to both existing and new clients during this time. We hope … Continue reading

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Start thinking about those summer plans

The COVID-19 pandemic and the impact on our daily lives has continued for longer than any of us imagined or expected. And while the situation seems to be improving, I don’t think we are out of the woods yet. Our … Continue reading

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Tech tips for your divorce

Technology is making many facets of our lives easier to manage and organize. This can certainly be true when it comes to your divorce. Whether or not you choose to work with The Durst Firm, these tips may still prove … Continue reading

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Extra time on your hands? Re-read your divorce settlement agreement!

When a client walks out of the courthouse after finalizing their divorce, there are generally overwhelmed with a flood of emotions and that is completely understandable. Time to recover and relax a bit. Time to move forward. Many people believe … Continue reading

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