Everyone wants to age gracefully. At GGEB, we believe that this is best done by preparing for the future.
Our Estate Law practice assists clients in preparing a will and/or trust as well as with the administration of an estate if a death has occurred. We also help clients in the preparation of living wills, health care directives and powers of attorney. GGEB works with clients to write a will and/or trust that best meets their needs. In addition, we are experienced in administering or probating a will.
We are cognizant that death and dying are sensitive issues that no one wants to talk about. However, at GGEB, we are familiar with the legal instruments involved and work seamlessly with the executor of an estate to ensure that their responsibilities are smoothly administered.
Rhonda J. Eiger concentrates her practice on residential real estate, wills, trusts and estates and as a prosecutor.
Ms. Eiger is a member of the Monmouth County Bar Association and the New Jersey State Bar Association and has formerly served as a member of the Freehold Rotary. Ms. Eiger currently serves as President of the Marlboro Jewish Center. Ms. Eiger is a Faculty Lecturer for the New Jersey State Bar Association Institute for Continuing Legal Education and at the New York City Bar Association City Bar Center for Continuing Legal Education. In addition she is a Lecturer at the Fordham University School of Law, Continuing Education Lecturer. Ms. Eiger is also on the New Jersey Office of Attorney Ethics as a Fee Arbitrator.
She received her B.A. from Brandeis University and her J.D. from The American University Washington College of Law. Mrs. Eiger served as a judicial clerk to the Honorable Samuel P. Supnick.
Daniel H. Green has dedicated his practice to all matters of family law, business law and real estate law, and has combined his skills in those areas of the law, to offer his divorce clients a unique perspective of experience. Mr. Green has been in practice for more than 30 years, and presently serves as the President of "Collaborative Divorce Professionals", an education group comprised of leading independent interdisciplinary professionals in New Jersey, whose mission is to promote the growth of collaborative practice throughout the state. He also serves as a member of the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals and the New Jersey Council of Collaborative Practice Groups. These associations are responsible for developing the procedures and protocols for collaborative practice.
Mr. Green brings a unique perspective to Collaborative Law practice, offering insight into the financial and emotional issues involving the dissolution of the marriage. Negotiation and conflict resolution, as well as understanding the needs of the entire family, are the essential keys to successfully representing a client during the stressful time of divorce.