Belitza, Thomas J. Esquire

Belitza, Thomas J. Esquire - Mount Holly, NJ

135 High StreetP.O. Box 100Mount Holly, NJ 08060

Updated: 04/24/2019

Mount Holly Family Lawyer


Thomas J. Belitza, Esquire, joined our law firm in 2013 after completing a one-year clerkship with the Honorable Benjamin C. Telsey, P.J.F.P., the presiding family law judge of Cumberland, Salem and Gloucester counties. During his judicial clerkship, he assisted his judge in drafting decisions in cases of divorce, child support, spousal support, abuse/neglect, juvenile delinquency, and in managing the matrimonial court calendar for the Family Division of Salem County. While working for the...


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