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Family law, criminal law, municipal court & real estate lawyer Maury K. Cutler

Family law, criminal law, municipal court or real estate issues? You can trust skilled South Jersey lawyer Maury Cutler to fight your case.

Maury serves as Gloucester County Family Law Committee Chairman and as the Voorhees Twp. Public Defender. He'll put his more than 40 years experience in law to work for you!

(403) 689-4038 or call (856) 227-2225 to schedule your consultation and be on your way to fixing legal problems. We help with your drunk driving, DUI, DWI and other traffic tickets or violations.

Personal injury cases receive a free consultation.

Divorce and separation are among  the most difficult experiences we can have in life. Family law problems like these affect your home, your heart, your emotions — and your pocketbook.

We fully understand this, so in addition to providing expert legal services, we help you to deal with the stress and anxiety of divorce. With our guidance, you'll obtain a fair result so you'll be free to concentrate on your personal needs and the needs of your family and children.

Our goal is to obtain the best outcome for you at the least expense. We never do more than is absolutely necessary for you, and we always do everything possible to protect you.

You can rest easy with M.K. Cutler Law and be assured of the very best representation.

Maury has successfully litigated cases involving:

  • Family Law
  • Criminal Cases · Negligence · Municipal Court
  • Real Estate · Wills · Land Use
  • Auto Accidents · Drunk Driving · Traffic Violations
  • Drug Offenses
  • Corporate · Small Business
  • Divorce · Separation · Custody
  • Personal Injury

Whether it's an estate / land use or family law matter, a criminal or drunk driving offense, or a business setup, feel free to call Attorney Maury K. Cutler for a consultation.

When you need a lawyer, contact us or call (856) 227-2225 to schedule a legal conference in our comfortable Blackwood, N.J. office.

See Maury in published opinion:
New Jersey Law Journal