Carole is a partner at Klampe, Delehanty & Pasternak, LLC, and has been with the firm since 1999. Her practice focus is family law, a dynamic field involving all aspects of divorce, custody, child support, parenting time, adoption, and domestic abuse. She is also a Rule 114 neutral providing family mediation services.
While attending law school, Carole was Associate Editor of the Seton Hall University School of Law Constitutional Law Journal and authored "Victims Once Again: The New Jersey Supreme Court's Unwillingness to Provide all Marital Tort Victims the Right to a Jury Trial". She was selected to be a research assistant to Professor Jack M. Sabatino, now serving as an appellate court judge in Trenton, New Jersey.
During law school, Carole worked with the State Division of Mental Health and Guardianship Advocacy involving the rights of children in juvenile psychiatric civil commitments. She clerked for The Honorable Donald W. de Cordova as an assistant law clerk, exclusively on family law matters. Carole was active in the Center for Social Justice at Seton Hall and represented underprivileged clients in family law matters as a student attorney through a mentorship program. She also served as a mediator in the special civil part of the district court handling landlord/tenant issues and other conciliation court matters.
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