Skoloff & Wolfe, P.C. is proud to announce that the 2022 edition of Chambers High Net Worth has listed our Co-Managing Partner, Jonathan W. Wolfe, in Band 1 for High Net Worth Family/Matrimonial Law in the State of New Jersey. This is the second year in a row that Mr. Wolfe has received this distinction. He is one of four lawyers in the state to garner a Band 1 Chambers High Net Worth ranking.

In addition, the High Net Worth Department of Family/Matrimonial Law at Skoloff & Wolfe, P.C. received a distinguished Band 2 ranking, one of two firms in New Jersey to do so. 

In determining their rankings, Chambers considers a range of criteria, including technical legal ability and client service, and the evaluates feedback of clients, peers, and other independent market sources. Those discerning principles make Chambers a nationally recognized “gold standard” in lists and legal rankings. Learn more about the methodology here. Please note that no aspect of advertisements or any other accolade listed have been approved by the Supreme Court of New Jersey.

In their review, Chambers noted that Skoloff & Wolfe, P.C. is “highly regarded” for advising high net worth clients on a wide range of family and matrimonial matters. Jonathan Wolfe was commended by sources for “having his clients’ best interests in mind,” and because “He is firm, but fair. He has great client skills.”

“I am truly honored by this ranking and by the confidence our clients place in us,” said Jonathan. “It is a privilege to understand and serve the unique needs of my clients, and to be recognized for that service is truly rewarding. I thank Chambers and Partners and our dedicated team in the Family/Matrimonial Law Department.”

Skoloff & Wolfe, P.C.’s Family/Matrimonial Department regularly represents high net worth individuals going through divorce. We represent the professionals and the spouses of professionals—in the fields of investment management (hedge fund and private equity), finance, real estate, entertainment, sports, corporate executives, private business owners and members of America’s prominent families.