Gary L. Borger, Bruce P. Matez, and Deena L. Betze Attend Collaborative Practice Growth and Excellence Seminar

November 8, 2017

The law firm of Borger Matez is pleased to announce that Gary L. Borger, Bruce P. Matez, and Deena L. Betze recently attended the Collaborative Practice Growth and Excellence seminar.

Collaborative law allows couples to resolve their legal disputes without judges, magistrates or court personnel making decisions for them.

The seminar was led by Loretta Gephart, a licensed psychologist and collaborative coach in Pittsburgh. Attendees were provided with information to help hone collaborative skills in the collaborative practice; professional and personal growth to avoid triggers that could derail the process, how to better deal with conflict, and how to be more self-aware in the process; assessing the viability of a potential collaborative case; pitfalls to avoid; building teamwork among the collaborative team; review of the role and benefits of the divorce coach in the collaborative process; and ethics in the collaborative


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 as a Top Attorney in “Divorce and Family”
Bruce Matez was selected as a Top Attorney in “Family Mediation”
Deena Betze was selected as a Top Attorney in “Adoption”

Congratulations to the BorgerMatez firm for helping to set the bar for Family Law in Southern New Jersey.


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 event will be hosted at Harrah’s Resort, Atlantic City, NJ April 27-28. Gary’s participation will be from 9:30 am to 10:30 am on the 27th. For further information contact the New Jersey Association for Justice at their website, .

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Bruce Matez Esq. interviewed on “Lunch With The Boss”

24 October 2013

Bruce Matez, Esq. was interviewed on Scott Tanker’s internet radio show: Lunch with the Boss. He discussed various issues in divorce and family law. Divorce Mediation and Collaborative Divorce were highlighted as alternatives to the more contentious process of divorce in today’s courts.


Firm Dinner at Seasons 52

28 August 2013

The BorgerMatez Firm got together for an impromptu dinner at Seasons 52 in Cherry Hill. The dinner was planned by Wendy Pennington the Office Manager (far left in the picture). There was a great turnout and everyone enjoyed the camaraderie in a non-working environment. Many good stories and laughter were shared by all. Everyone commented on how much they enjoy working with one another. We are all looking forward to Wendy’s next Firm event!


Gary Borger Esq. and Bruce Matez Esq. featured in Suburban Family Magazine

June 2013

Cherry Hill, N.J. (June, 2013) – Gary Borger Esq. and Bruce Matez Esq. were featured in the June 2013 issue of Suburban Family Magazine. The article “A Forward-Thinking Approach to Divorce ” explains the new field of Collaborative Divorce. You can catch the cover here (PDF), and read the article here (PDF).


Deena Betze Esq. Discusses Adoption Law on “Family Affairs”

6 June 2013

Deena L. Betze Esquire , of BorgerMatez, in Cherry Hill, appeared LIVE Thursday June 6th at 2:30 PM on WTER Radio. The show is “Family Affairs” and was hosted by Roseann Vanella of Advanced Mediation Solutions. Listeners can listen to the show on our website at the link below. Deena discusses Adoption Law as well as:
-Adoption in NJ is more flexible than other states (gay couples and single parents can adopt)
-You don’t have to live in NJ to adopt through NJ.