DISCLAIMER:

Please note: Jonathan D. Gordon, Ph.D., J.D., is a Family Law Attorney in NJ and in NY, representing Family Law clients in Superior Court of NJ. He is also a Licensed Psychologist (NJ #1358, NY #5614, OH #7540) who has, in addition to providing general psychological services, performed forensic child custody evaluations and who has been appointed Guardian ad litem and Parent Coordinator by NJ Superior Court, Family Division Judges. No special skills or additional unique expertise in either profession is implied by any reference to Jonathan D. Gordon’s being licensed as a Psychologist as well as being a licensed attorney.   The two professions are distinct and separate, with differing training and education, and they each have their respective licensing, rules of ethics and codes of professional responsibility.  Contracting with Jonathan D. Gordon in one profession precludes ever engaging his services in the other profession due to potential conflict of interest.

Please note, this web site and Jonathan D. Gordon’s blog are for informational purposes only. They are neither legal, tax nor psychological advice and does not create an attorney/client or psychologist/patient relationship. If you have a question about a specific legal matter or psychological issue, you should seek out an attorney or mental health expert to assist you. This web site and Jonathan D. Gordon’s blog are solely for general informational and educational purposes and should not be construed otherwise and should also not be taken as tax advice (for which you must consult an Accountant.). A professional relationship is not established with Jonathan D. Gordon until a retainer agreement is signed for legal services or if a consent for treatment agreement is signed for psychological services.

In a mental health emergency, please call 9-1-1 or visit your closest emergency room. Everyone’s circumstances are different and what may apply to one, may not apply to your situation. The brief capsules of information within this site may not at all reflect the reality of what would happen in court for you, since they are stated in general terms for your general information. If you have specific questions about your situation, please call the office to discuss further and we will be glad to assist you further.