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Police Officers And Divorce

Scully Family Law Divorce
Your FREE law Enforcement Divorce Kit
Learn what is involved for a police officer to successfully divorce.



Enforcement Divorce Kit

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Law Enforcement Divorce Kit
So, you are considering divorce. The headaches, arguements and even betrayal have weighted on you. Moreover, your busy shift schedule doesn't help free up the time to thoughtfully ending this marriage.

Claire Scull. Esq. is uniquely qualified in hadling division of assets, such as pensions and protecting long-term financial security for law enforcement clients facing divorce proceedings. She has worked with police officers, sheriffs, detectives, and New Jersey state troopers to address all their significant concerns in divorce settlements.

Enforcement Divorce Kit


“What Law Enforcement Officers Need to Know About Ending a Marriage”

About Claire Scully And Why She Knows the Law Enforcement client

Anatomy of a New Jersey Divorce, And the Court Process

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Law Enforcement Divorce Kit
We encourage you to download our 'Law Enforcement Divorce Kit' and contact us NOW at 732-462-1122 and schedule a 'FREE Divorce Strategy Session.' The information you will receive could make all the difference.

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  • Claire Scully, Esq. L.L.C.
  • 80 Court Street,
  • Freehold, New Jersey 07728
  • Tel: 732-462-1122

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