Washington Township is a unique township located in Morris County, New Jersey. What makes it unique is that it is one of several other municipalities to include the word “Washington” as part of the name. In fact, another Washington Township exists just 10 miles away. The township located in Morris County has a population of 18,533, according to the 2010 United States Census. This was an increase from the previous two censuses and shows a growth in the community.
The township encompasses almost 45 square miles and includes numerous unincorporated communities within its borders. Bordering Washington Township is I-80 to the north, I-78 to the south and I-287 to the east. Several small communities also surround the township, including Mount Olive and Hopatcong to the northeast, Readington and Montgomery to the south and Easton to the west. Approximately 6% of the residents are foreign born with the majority hailing from Canada or Europe. Many ancestries are also represented here, including Irish, Polish, Italian, German, English and Scottish.
Like much of the area throughout New Jersey, Washington Township has a long history. It began to see major growth after the completion of the Garden State Parkway in the mid-1950s. This main highway went right through the middle of the town, and two exits were created. The borough has many modern homes, but it has also retained its sense of history by preserving places like Seven Chimneys. This house has seven chimneys as indicated in its name and is the oldest home in the town. It has gained recognition by being included on both the state and national register of historic places. Bus and train service provide easy access for commuters to other areas of Bergen County and beyond. The community has its own shopping center with a movie theater and retail businesses. It also has a TV station for local events and programming, and it is run by volunteers.
Residents of Washington Township, Morris County and surrounding areas can contact The Law Offices of Peter Van Aulen for all legal matters involving divorce and family law. They can rely on the experience of Mr. Van Aulen and his dedication to this area of practice when they seek legal counsel. Mr. Van Aulen has been a practicing attorney for more than 22 years. He has won difficult child custody cases for both men and women and represented victims of domestic abuse as well as those who were wrongfully accused.
Mr. Van Aulen has drafted divorce decrees and prenuptial agreements and counseled clients on a variety of family matters. In addition to his experience in the legal arena, he has served as an adjunct professor for 13 years. He has written numerous articles on matters of family law and been trained as a mediator. His vast experiences and knowledge give him a wealth of information that he can use for the benefit of his clients. He provides an aggressive, passionate defense for his clients to help them achieve the results they need. As a skilled negotiator, he is often able to avoid litigation and come to a quick resolution. However, Mr. Van Aulen is not afraid to take on difficult cases and will fight for his clients to the end.
The Law Offices of Peter Van Aulen is located in Saddle Brook, New Jersey. If you need any of the following services, you can contact The Law Offices of Peter Van Aulen:
- Child Custody and Visitation
- Child Support
- Domestic Violence
- Grandparent Visitation and Custody
- Child Relocation
- Modification of Support
- College Tuition Disputes
- Prenuptial Agreements
Don’t let the struggles of divorce or child custody get you down. Contact Mr. Van Aulen to have someone fighting on your side. Call him today at 201-845-7400 to schedule a free initial consultation and tell him your story. Find out how he will help you get through this trying time.