Randolph is a small township located in Morris County, New Jersey, which is in the northern portion of the state. The population is 25,734, according to the 2010 United States Census, which is an increase from both the 2000 and 1990 Censuses. The area encompasses 21 square miles and includes the Liberty Tree, which is a historic landmark from 1720. Gristmill Road is one of the oldest streets in Randolph and is listed in the National Register of Historic Places.
The township is located near both I-80 and I-287 for easy access to other parts of northern New Jersey. Surrounding Randolph are various other boroughs and townships, including Dover and Denville to the north, Mount Olive to the west, Morristown to the east and Berkeley Heights to the southeast. Over 16% of the residents are foreign born with many of them coming from Asia and Europe. Ancestors of current residents originated from Ireland, Italy, Russia, Germany, Poland and England.
Randolph has a rich and interesting history. During the early 20th century, many residents of nearby communities turned to the borough for vacations. It was known for its lakes, woods and ponds. An odd combination of farms, bungalows and large hotels came into existence during the 1950s. In that era, well-known performers made appearances at the hotels, such as Frank Sinatra. The Saltz Hotel was the location for several boxing matches, featuring names such as Floyd Patterson and Rocky Marciano. The community continues to be a popular area for outdoor lovers with multiple parks and outdoor recreation. Freedom Park covers an area of over 170 acres with multiple sports fields, playground and picnic area. Stonybrook Park has a swimming pool and other features for its day camp which is held during the summer. For those who enjoy hiking and walking, Hidden Valley Park offers plenty of trails and rolling hills.
Residents of Randolph as well as all of Morris County and northern New Jersey can turn to The Law Offices of Peter Van Aulen when they need legal counsel in family matters. Mr. Van Aulen has been a practicing attorney in the subject of family law for more than 22 years. He has won hundreds of cases, representing both men and women in divorce and child custody. He is also a strong advocate for victims of domestic abuse. He has drafted prenuptial agreements and divorce decrees for his clients. He has taken on cases involving paternity testing and grandparent custody.
In addition to his legal experience, Mr. Van Aulen has served as an adjunct professor for 13 years. It is this combination of legal and academic experience that give him a reputation as a trusted and knowledgeable family law attorney. Mr. Van Aulen also received the distinction of being certified as a matrimonial attorney by the Supreme Court of New Jersey. This honor is one that only a few of the attorneys in New Jersey have received.
Mr. Van Aulen understands the psychological and physical impact of divorce as well as the legal ramifications. He takes the time to understand your situation and your goals for the case before offering legal advice and creating a solid strategy.
You can visit The Law Offices of Peter Van Aulen in Saddle Brook, New Jersey for a free comprehensive in office consultation. The Law Offices of Peter Van Aulen offer the following services:
- Domestic Violence
- Grandparent Visitation and Custody
- Child Relocation
- Modification of Support
- College Tuition Disputes
- Prenuptial Agreements
Divorce is never an easy matter, and it is important to have an attorney you trust representing your best interests. Meet with Mr. Van Aulen and get to know him as you tell him your story. Let him help you through this phase of your life. Contact him at 201-845-7400 for a free comprehensive in office consultation.