Located in northern New Jersey, Pequannock Township is a small township in Morris County. According to the 2010 United States Census, it has a population of 15,420 and is a growing community. The name of the township and the Pequannock River are believed to have come from the Lenni Lenape Native Americans. The community has been recognized in New Jersey Monthly as one of the Best Places to Live in 2011 and 2013. It was also deemed as the Best Bang for the Buck.
This township features a long and rich history beginning in the mid-1700s. It is also the location of several historic sites, including the Giles Mandeville House, which was a stone building that served as part of the Underground Railroad. The Pequannock Township Museum is located in the Pompton Plains Railroad Station which served the area until 1966. The second oldest building in Pequannock Township is the Martin Berry House, another historical place.
Residents have easy access to other boroughs with I-287 running through the northwest portion of the township and Route 23 along the eastern edge. Bus service provides public transportation to the area while rail stations are nearby.
Pequannock Township encompasses an area of 7 square miles and features several historic sites within the community. I-287 runs through the western portion of the township for easy access to other areas of the state. It is bordered by Pompton Lakes to the north and Lincoln Park to the south. Only 7% of residents are foreign-born with the majority of them coming from Europe and Asia. Ancestors of native-born residents are diverse, including German, Irish, Italian, Dutch, Polish and English.
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Mr. Van Aulen also served as adjunct professor for 13 years. He has been trained as a mediator where he provided legal counsel to help provide resolution without the need for further litigation. His negotiation skills have served him well with his own clients in finding effective resolutions in a timely and cost-efficient manner. However, Mr. Van Aulen is not afraid to take on challenging cases that must go through litigation, and he will fight for his clients’ best interests. Mr. Van Aulen understands that family law is often fraught with raw emotions that can influence the case. He listens with compassion while being the voice of reason to help clients move through this situation so they can go on with their lives.
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