The Law Office of Aniello D. Cerreto, Esq.


The Law Office of Aniello D. Cerreto, Esq.

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Aniello Cerreto

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Divorce & Family Law, Bankruptcy, Criminal, Estate
A lawyer who listens to you

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The Law Office of Aniello D. Cerreto, Esq. is dedicated to providing their clients with superior legal representation at reasonable rates. Serving the entire state of New Jersey and located in Manalapan, East Brunswick, Princeton and Neptune City - we offer professional, zealous, and diligent legal services.

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"What a great guy. This man will really go to bat for you and defend you vigorously. What makes Aniello so unique is that he thinks outside the box and thats great in complex cases like mine. Just give him a call and have a chat to see if his services could benefit you. The one thing that impresses me the most about Mr. Cerreto is that he treats you like a friend from day one. Im very glad I hired Mr. Aniello Cerreto for my domestic case. It was a frustrating restraining order in 2 different states that he handled brilliantly. He made a very unreasonable woman very reasonable. Just before our case went to trial he was able to get the outcome we all wanted with no legal ramifications for either party and we were able to part amicably. I like Aniellos style of trying to get the parties to negotiate their own fate instead of letting the legal system dictate their future. This man is a true deal maker and if you need a great lawyer get a consultation with Mr. Cerreto"

  1 year ago     Jon C

"Neil is an honest, fair-minded attorney which is hard to find these days. He is highly competent and will do all that he can to help you and if unable regarding your matter he will refer you appropriately. You can place your trust with him."

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The Law Office of Aniello D. Cerreto, Esq.
215 Gordon's Corner Road
Manalapan, NJ 07726


215 Gordon's Corner Road
Manalapan, NJ 07726

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