Potential clients in northern and central New Jersey are invited to contact The Law Office of Matthew Stoloff on matters involving special education, employment and labor law, employment discrimination, business disputes, non-compete disputes, disability discrimination, and animal law.

Current and potential clients are encouraged to use email, Skype text chat, or any other medium most convenient to you. For your convenience, you may fill out the form below. If you wish to send an email or Skype chat with me, please scroll down the page.




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Please select the primary issue you are seeking assistance with:

Do you live in New Jersey?

Have you filed a complaint or are you thinking about it?

Please explain your issue clearly.
(Read the Communications Tips below if you need assistance.)

Before sending this email message, you must read and check the two boxes below:

I understand that sending this email does not create an attorney-client relationship.
 Yes, I understand

I understand that an attorney-client relationship is established only when I have signed a Retainer Agreement with The Law Offices of Matthew Stoloff, LLC or Jardim, Meisner, & Susser, P.C.
 Yes, I understand.

If you do not wish to use the form above, you may use other communication mediums, including email, Skype, and AIM. Please read “Communication Tips” below or read my blog article, “Writing Your First Email to a Lawyer.” You may also find “Ten Tips for Special Education Clients” helpful as well.

Email: matthew [AT] stoloff-law [DOT] com or matt [AT] jmslawyers [DOT] com

Telephone: (973) 845-7640

Mail: 30B Vreeland Road, Suite 201, Florham Park, NJ 07932

Communication Tips

Please be aware that if you are using a computer at work, your employer may be monitoring your email. It may be in your best interest to read and submit personal emails using your own computer or a public computer not on company property.

Whenever you communicate with any attorney for the first time before an initial consultation, you are encouraged to write a brief summary of your legal matter via email or snail mail. The format of your first written communication should provide the following information:

  • Name
  • Physical address
  • Email address
  • Preferred methods of communication (email, Skype chat, etc.)
  • If applicable, please provide the name of the attorney who referred you to us.
  • Explain, as best as you can, the type of legal issue that is involved (e.g., employment discrimination, special education, etc.)
  • Provide a brief statement of your case (please limit your statement to no more than two to four paragraphs)
  • Please indicate when the event occurred (e.g., Jan 1, 2012)
  • Please indicate where the event occurred (e.g., company, library, etc.)
  • Please indicate who caused the harm (e.g., neighbor, landlord, co-worker)
  • Please state what your expectations are.
  • Has a complaint been filed?
  • Has there been a court proceeding? If so, indicate the status or outcome.
  • Do you currently have an attorney handling this matter?

Please do not send any confidential documents without our express approval.

Please be advised that no attorney-client relationship is established until an engagement letter is signed and a retainer, if any, is paid.

If you do not hear from us within three (3) business days, it is possible that we did not receive your email/message. Please feel free to send another message.