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Tournour & Weiner

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Frank Tournour

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Divorce & Family Law

Mr. Tournour was admitted to practice law in the state of Pennsylvania in 1991 and in the state of New Jersey and U.S. District Court for the state of... (more)

Tournour & Weiner is committed to providing effective legal representation in all areas of matrimonial and family law. Since 1999, our firm has successfully represented hundreds of individuals in various areas of litigation, including divorce, alimony, child support, domestic violence, prenuptials, and custody and visitation rights.

Our firm’s founder, Frank Tournour, Esq., has practiced family law for over 15 years. With his extensive experience, he is often able to settle issues without ever setting foot inside a courtroom. When satisfactory agreements cannot be reached, however, he is prepared with the knowledge and resources needed to aggressively represent his clients’ interests in a court of law. If you are facing a divorce or another matter involving family law, the legal process you navigate today will likely shape the rest of your life. Don’t entrust your future to anyone but the very best family law attorney in East Brunswick, NJ.

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Tournour & Weiner
1 S Woodland Ave
East Brunswick, NJ 08816
40.4685965,-74.4072524

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