For nearly 25 years, Grant Waterson has focused his practice exclusively on family law. From the inception of a case through its conclusion – either by way of settlement or trial – Grant uses his decades of family law experience to counsel his clients and advocate on their behalf.
Grant’s clients include business owners, corporate executives, doctors, lawyers, and their spouses. He represents clients in all aspects of matrimonial law, including custody, parenting time, alimony, child support, grandparent visitation, the identification and valuation of assets for equitable distribution. He also assists clients with the negotiation and preparation of comprehensive matrimonial agreements including settlement agreements, pre-marital agreements and post-marital agreements.
Mr. Waterson is a member of the American Bar Association, The New Jersey State Bar Association, Family Law Section. He serves as an Early Settlement Panelist using his experience to help other litigants resolve their family law disputes.
- Konzelman v. Konzelman , 158 N.J. 185 (1999) – the leading case by the New Jersey Supreme Court on the issue of cohabitation and its impact on spousal support.
Mr. Waterson was a contributing author to New Jersey Family Law Practice (10th Edition), which is widely regarded as one of the foremost treatises on New Jersey family law.