A Tradition of Legal Excellence in New Jersey Since 1965
The law firm of David W. Trombadore continues the tradition of excellence my parents began in 1965 as Raymond R. and Ann W. Trombadore. The firm has a long and distinguished history. I have practiced law for 25 years. My practice is multidisciplinary: I can serve your interests at the highest level of practice, whether your issue involves:
- Family law and divorce
- Personal injury
- Municipal court and traffic violations
- Trusts and estates
- Land use and real estate
- Business law
I place my reputation and skills in the service of my clients, no matter how difficult the issue. My experience and results speak to my ability successfully to represent my clients.
Vigorous and Aggressive Representation
I represent you and your interests vigorously and aggressively, consistent with the integrity and ethics demanded of all attorneys in this state. My tools are experience, preparation, perseverance and intelligence; your matter cannot be resolved without these. In working for you, I apply my skills to determine both the strengths and weaknesses of your matter. In this fashion, I am able to represent you from a position of strength, not weakness, whether in negotiation or trial.
The Firm's Commitment to Excellence
Past members of the firm have distinguished themselves in the representation of their clients and in the legal profession:
Raymond Trombadore was president of the New Jersey Bar in 1986 and '87, chairman of the New Jersey Disciplinary Review Board from 1987 to 1995, chairman of the American Bar Association's McKay Commission on Professional Discipline and the 2001 recipient of the ABA's Michael Frank Award for excellence in and contributions to the field of attorney ethics.
Ann Trombadore was one of only four women lawyers in Somerset County at the beginning of her practice. She was a pioneer who, by her example, made it possible for many other women to follow in her footsteps and establish themselves as competent, effective attorneys. She was an effective advocate not only for her clients, but in her community, serving on the Bound Brook School Board and the Board of Trustees of Bethany College, her alma mater, in West Virginia — all this while raising six children.
Marilyn Herr and Vincent LeBlon became judges of the New Jersey Superior Court. Robert Wilson has been president of the Somerville Borough Council for several years.
My experience continues this tradition of excellence and service to provide you the best possible representation.
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Contact Me to Arrange a Consultation
Call me at 908-336-0268 or send me an e-mail to schedule a meeting. I look forward to hearing from you. Your initial consultation is an important step in securing and protecting your legal rights.