COVID-19: We Are Open For Business But Working Remotely

Please be advised that in light of COVID-19, The Radol Law Firm has taken necessary health and safety measures to close its office and work remotely. This decision was made out of the utmost concern for the well-being of our employees, clients and fellow colleagues in the legal community. We hope everyone is staying safe. Accordingly, we find ourselves in a position where we will be unable to access our office building and as such to retrieve our mail, faxes, deliveries, and physical files unless there is an emergent matter due to the risk of exposure.

Thank you for your continued support and we thank you in advance for your patience,

Be well,


To our Northern New Jersey Community

During this difficult time, we at the Radol Law Firm extend our thanks to the first responders who have placed themselves in harms way for our friends, families, neighbors, and community.

In order to continue to service our current clients and new clients, our firm has transitioned into several virtual offices and we continue to be available.

We recognize that many of our clients have put off addressing their estate planning, since it was something to do at a later time.  It was not a first priority, but then again, no one envisioned a pandemic or how it might affect our families or financial situation.


Our attorneys combine experience, dedication, and innovative strategies to deliver  effective results for our clients.  We are readily accessible to provide businesses and individuals with assistance.  If you find that the current state of things has placed you or your business in financial distress, as always our attorneys and staff are will address your needs, one client at a time.  Whether it involves applying for a SBA loan, reorganization, debt consolidation, bankruptcy or litigation, we are available to assist you.



As in the past, the attorneys and staff of The Radol Law Firm are ready to assist you.  After much thought, we have arrived at a limited method to consult with clients regarding their estates, then drafting either a LAST WILL and TESTAMENT, or ADVANCED HEALTH CARE DIRECTIVE, or POWER OF ATTORNEY.  The process includes emailing proof of the document and then driving to our office without ever getting out of the car to have the document signed and notarized before witnesses.



There is little in life as difficult as realizing that a relationship is not working.  The decision sometimes comes over a long period of time.  In certain circumstances, the decision is thrust upon us by unacceptable behavior which threatens us or our children.  In the best of situations, it is not an easy decision.  Given the present time where people are required to remain under the same roof, things can become even more intense.

We understand the complexity inherent in such matters and offer our legal guidance. Our lawyers have decades of combined experience in family law litigation.  We understand the value of parties mutually arriving at a resolution and have been at the forefront of the use of mediation and alternative dispute resolution.  We are comfortable resolving your matter both inside and outside of the courtroom, but our prime concern is always with the client.