Artusa Law Firm, P.C.


Artusa Law Firm, P.C.

Divorce & Family Law, Family Law, Divorce, Alimony & Spousal Support, Child Custody

  • Firm Year: 2009
  • Office Hour: 9am-7pm
  • Language: English, Spanish, Italian

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Santo V Artusa

Domestic Violence & Neglect, Divorce

Santo V. Artusa

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"I have had the absolute worst experience ever. If I could put zero stars I would. They have done nothing but drop the ball continuously. I served my ex with a friend of mine. Which I'm pretty sure was their job to do but it wasn't getting done and I kept getting excuses. I asked them to add a parenting time schedule to my file. They said to send the information I did and they didn't do it. I send it again and months pass I ask what the delay is they respond that because I added parenting time they had to refile and it delayed everything. Come to find out they never did it after I asked twice for them to do it, so really what was the delay then???? Fast forward it's now been 10 months I'm finally at court and they don't have all the paperwork in place and we might have to reschedule my court after 10 months of waiting. I'm sobbing at this point so I have to either reschedule to God only knows when or remove the request for child support and life insurance for my kids. Oh almost forgot they asked me to call my ex to run down to the courthouse NOW after the night before they said for him not to come. My ex took the day off but since they told him not to come he didn't. Now I'm getting divorced with none of the things I asked for. Smh. Run away from this place."

1 star yelp rating   0000-00-00 00:00:00     Janet M.

"Went to see Artuso for child support and he ended up talking a great game. He said he could lower child support and said it should be 1100 instead of 1500. When we got to court he said I think 1500 is reasonable and we should not argue. So why did you take the motion and pretend the calculations were wrong?"

1 star yelp rating   0000-00-00 00:00:00     sendy m.

Artusa Law Firm, P.C.
26 Journal Square
Jersey City, NJ 07306


26 Journal Square
Jersey City, NJ 07306

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