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Education:
Rutgers University (B.S., 1989)
Rutgers University School of Law-Camden(J.D., 1992)
Bar Admissions:
1992, New Jersey; Pennsylvania; United States District Court, District of New Jersey
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Elyse Herman is an associate in the Estate and Trust and Commercial Law and Litigation departments.  She concentrates her practice in the area of general non- personal injury civil litigation, with an emphasis on trust and estate litigation, partition complaints, real estate and contract disputes, prerogative writs and consumer fraud litigation.  Ms. Herman has extensive experience in both the Chancery and Law Divisions of the Superior Court of New Jersey.  She is a graduate of Rutgers College and the School of Business with a B.S. in accounting.  Ms. Herman received her Juris Doctor degree from Rutgers University School of Law with a Tax Honors Certificate.  She served as judicial clerk to the Hon. Andrew Smithson, J.S.C. Mercer County.

Ms. Herman has authored numerous articles, including “What Happens When a Will is Made in New Jersey Before a Person Gets Married and is Never Changed” (February 24, 2010); “Partition—When a Co-Owner of Real Estate Refuses to Sell” (May 21, 2009); “Contesting a Will—Protect Your Parents From Undue Influence” (January 25, 2008); “Foreclosures Deficiencies and The Entire Controversy Doctrine”, (Co-Author), New Jersey Law Journal (June 23, 1997). 

She is a member of the Mercer County and New Jersey State Bar Associations.

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Elyse C. Herman

Elyse Herman is an associate in the Estate and Trust and Commercial Law and Litigation departments. She concentrates her practice in the area of general non- personal injury civil litigation, with an emphasis on trust and estate litigation, partition complaints, real estate and contract disputes, prerogative writs and consumer fraud litigation. Ms. Herman has extensive experience in both the Chancery and Law Divisions of the Superior Court of New Jersey.

She is a graduate of Rutgers College and the School of Business with a B.S. in accounting. Ms. Herman received her Juris Doctor degree from Rutgers University School of Law with a Tax Honors Certificate. She served as judicial clerk to the Hon. Andrew Smithson, J.S.C. Mercer County.

Ms. Herman has authored numerous articles, including “What Happens When a Will is Made in New Jersey Before a Person Gets Married and is Never Changed” (February 24, 2010); “Partition—When a Co-Owner of Real Estate Refuses to Sell” (May 21, 2009); “Contesting a Will—Protect Your Parents From Undue Influence” (January 25, 2008); “Foreclosures Deficiencies and The Entire Controversy Doctrine”, (Co-Author), New Jersey Law Journal (June 23, 1997).

She is a member of the Mercer County and New Jersey State Bar Associations.
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