Located in Bergen County, New Jersey, Wyckoff is a town with a population of 16,696, according to the 2010 United States Census. It is bordered by eight different communities with Franklin Lakes to the northwest, Midland Park to the southeast, Waldwick to the northeast and North Haledon to the south. Hawthorne lies to the southeast along with Glen Rock and Ridgewood while Allendale lies to the northeast. Newark lies just 18 miles to the south while New York is just 24 miles away. Wyckoff comprises just over 6 ½ square miles for the township and has five public elementary schools and several private schools. Over 90% of resident are native to the US with the small number of foreign-born residents coming from Asia and Europe. Those who live in Wyckoff have a diverse lineage, including Irish, Italian, German, Polish, Dutch and English. Approximately 66% of the adult population is married and just fewer than 6% are divorced.
Five elementary schools in Wyckoff serve the students of the borough. Students going to high school attend the Ramapo Indian Hills Regional High School District which also serves other boroughs. Eisenhower Middle School received the National Blue Ribbon School of Excellence Award for the 2003-2004 school year, which is the highest honor a school can get. Bus and rail service provides easy access for commuters to other areas. Numerous celebrities have hailed from Wyckoff, including the singing group, the Jonas Brothers. The town has also managed to preserve multiple historic buildings, making it a prime tourist site for visitors to New Jersey. The Cruse-Hossington House is a Dutch farm home from 1798 while the Folly House was built prior to 1860.
The Law Offices of Peter Van Aulen provide representation in the matter of family issues for Wyckoff and the surrounding communities. Peter Van Aulen is an experienced attorney with a passion for defending his clients through the most difficult situations. He has provided strong representation in various family law cases for twenty-two years. During this time, he has fought for custody for his clients, both men and women. In addition, he is an advocate for victims of domestic abuse as well as those who are falsely accused. Mr. Van Aulen has successfully received restraining orders for his clients. He has also handled grandparent custody and international child abduction cases. Along with his experience in legal matters, Mr. Van Aulen served for 13 years as an adjunct professor. He is also trained as a mediator and has worked for resolution to avoid the time and expense of a trial. His negotiation skills have helped his clients gain resolution in a timely manner. Mr. Van Aulen understands the complexities of divorce and custody matters, which is why he works to resolve the situation as quickly as possible.
If you find yourself in the uncomfortable position of either filing for divorce or being served divorce papers, you need an attorney who will fight for your rights. Mr. Van Aulen will listen to your case and formulate a plan to help you receive the results you want. He will utilize all of his experience and expertise to help you be able to move on to the next chapter in your life with a satisfactory resolution. The Law Offices of Peter Van Aulen is located in Saddle Brook, New Jersey.
The Law Offices of Peter Van Aulen provide legal representations in many areas of family law, including:
- Child Support
- Child Custody & Visitation
- Child Relocation
- Grandparent Visitation & Custody
- Prenuptial Agreements
- Division of Assets
- Modification of Support
- International Child Abduction
- Domestic Violence
- College Tuition Disputes
Mr. Van Aulen understands the emotional impact that many situations bring. You can trust him to be compassionate and understanding while providing the strongest case possible. Contact him for a free initial consultation at 201-845-7400 so that you can begin to heal and put these problems behind you.