Mia V. Stollen
Practice Areas
Bar and Court Admissions
  • New Jersey
  • New York
Education
  • Rutgers Law School, J.D.
  • Arcadia University, B.A.
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Mia V. Stollen, Associate

973.364.5208 · 973.618.5920 Fax · mstollen@bracheichler.com

Mia Stollen focuses her practice in the areas of family law and trusts and estates litigation, representing clients throughout New Jersey and New York. Mia has successfully mediated and tried a wide range of cases including complex matrimonial and custody disputes. She has also obtained final restraining orders for her clients in several highly contentious domestic violence matters.

Mia is a volunteer for Volunteer Lawyers for Justice where she assists self-represented residents of Essex County through the program’s Divorce Filing and Post-Filing Workshops. Prior to joining Brach Eichler, Mia worked as a Law Clerk for the Hon. Donald A. Kessler, J.S.C. in the New Jersey Superior Court, Family Division.

Professional Activities
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  • Associate, Barry Croland Family Law Inns of Court
  • Associate Leader, BEWISE (Brach Eichler Women’s Initiative For Success and Excellence)
  • Member, Generation Now Committee, Volunteer Lawyers for Justice
  • Member, New Jersey State Bar Association
  • Volunteer Panelist, Morris County Matrimonial Early Settlement Panel
Insights
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icon Lectures, February 24, 2019
Negotiation Skills in Family Practice

Lawline CLE Presentation

icon Articles, January 25, 2019
Soranno and Stollen in the NJLJ on Retirement Assets in Divorce

New Jersey Law Journal

icon Articles, July 12, 2018
Real-Life Candid Camera: The Pros and Cons to Surveillance in Family Practice

New Jersey Law Journal (co-author)

icon Articles, January 22, 2018
To Divorce or Not to Divorce in the Age of #MeToo and ‘Time’s Up

New Jersey Law Journal, (co-author)

icon Articles, January 22, 2018
Divorce and the #MeToo Movement: Soranno, Stollen, and Rutkowski in NJLJ

New Jersey Law Journal, (co-author)

icon Articles, January 16, 2018
Proceed with Caution When Handling Retirement Assets in a Divorce

New Jersey Law Journal, (co-author)

icon Articles, July 24, 2017
Client’s Needs vs. Attorney’s Integrity: An Ethical Tug of War

New Jersey Law Journal, (co-author)

icon Articles, January 23, 2017
Changes to Child Support and Emancipation in New Jersey

New Jersey Law Journal, (co-author)

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