Entries by BorgerMatez


Borger Matez Sweeps 2017 Top Attorneys – SJ

September 5, 2017 SJ Magazine polls South Jersey attorneys to nominate whom they think standout in the legal profession. These individuals are noteworthy for their “remarkable impact in the courtroom and beyond.” BorgerMatez is proud to announce that three of their lawyers were honored for their continued contributions in Family Law. Gary Borger was selected […]

Gary L. Borger Esq. Will Be Speaking On Matrimonial Law At The New Jersey Association for Justice Boardwalk Seminar

April 27, 2017 Gary L.Borger Esq will be a co-panelist at the annual NJ Association of Justice Boardwalk Seminar. The theme for his group is “Preparation For A Divorce Trial.” The topics covered during that seminar are 60, 20, and 7 Days Before Trial, Case Theme, Preparing Witnesses, Preparing Exhibits, and Motions In Limine. The […]

Deena L. Betze Appointed to Board of Trustees of Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) of Mercer/Burlington Counties, New Jersey

CHERRY HILL, NJ, April 20, 2016 – The law firm of Borger Matez is pleased to announce that Deena L. Betze, Esq. has been appointed to the Board of Directors of Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) of Mercer and Burlington Counties, New Jersey. CASA “provides a voice for abused and neglected children by empowering a […]

Gary L. Borger and Bruce P. Matez Attend Mid-Jersey Collaborative Law Alliance Spring Retreat

CHERRY HILL, NJ, February 23, 2015 – Gary L. Borger and Bruce P. Matez, partners at Borger Matez, recently attended the Mid-Jersey Collaborative Law Alliance Spring Retreat to enhance their collaborative divorce skills. The program is recommended for trained collaborative divorce lawyers eager to learn cutting edge techniques to help divorcing couples separate without rancor […]

When Zeal Turns into Zealotry, Everyone Loses

By Bruce Matez, Esq. Originally published in the February edition of The Barrister (Camden County Bar Association) This past summer, my rabbi (a former attorney) delivered a stirring and compelling sermon about the difference between zeal and zealotry, and what happens when people turn their zeal for a cause into zealotry. As I listened, it […]

New Jersey Senate Unanimously Passes The NJ Family Collaborative Law Act

TRENTON, NJ,  June 26, 2014 – Today, the New Jersey State Legislature took a major step forward toward empowering families to divorce with dignity and self-esteem, without resort to conventional litigation.   The Senate unanimously (40-0) approved and on June 23, the General Assembly unanimously passed 78-0, A-1477, the New Jersey Family Collaborative Law Act.  The […]

Collaborative Family Law Helps Take Litigation Out of Divorce

Bill Mooney | May 2, 2014 Pending legislation could mandate use of process, easing crowded court calendars and reducing stress and strain on families John Caroli knows what it is like to go through a divorce. About six years ago, after 24 years of marriage, the Atlantic Highlands financial planner and his wife, an attorney, […]

Gary Borger, Esq. Interviewed on Collaborative Divorce

CHERRY HILL, NJ, December 17, 2013 – Gary L. Borger, Esq., partner at Borger Matez and one of South Jersey’s most respected family law attorneys, was interviewed by Dr. Vicki Handfield on “Collaborative Divorce – a Kinder and Better Way to Divorce” on November 21, 2013. The interview aired on Talk Exchange Radio (WTER), a […]