Quality Legal Solutions With A Personal Touch Since 1987

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About Our Firm

Since 1987, Mariano & Coiro, P.C., has been providing advice, representation and legal services to people in Central New Jersey. We pride ourselves on our professionalism and the personal service we provide to every client. When you come to our offices to discuss your matter of concern, you will meet an attorney who cares about you, your family and your future.

Our Practice Areas

Mariano & Coiro, P.C., provides general legal services to individuals and small businesses in Middlesex County, Somerset County, Hunterdon County, Monmouth County and elsewhere in New Jersey. We help people obtain debt relief while enabling them to keep most or all of their property through Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy. Our firm has handled more residential real estate closings than any firm in Central New Jersey over the last 30 years. We guide people through the divorce process and resolve related problems such as child custody and visitation. In municipal court, we conduct aggressive DWI defense efforts and defend clients accused of other misdemeanor and motor vehicle charges.

In these and our other practice areas, we are determined to achieve the best outcome for our clients.

A Team of Caring Professionals

Our senior and managing attorney, Joseph W. Coiro, has over 30 years of experience helping people resolve serious legal problems. He takes the time to know each client, and will work closely with you at every step of the legal process. Mr. Coiro leads an experienced staff who shares his commitment to providing legal solutions with professionalism and personal service.

When you work with Mariano & Coiro, P.C., you will have the comfort of knowing that an experienced team of caring professionals is on your side, doing everything we can to achieve your goals.

Contact a Lawyer Today

To talk with a lawyer at Mariano & Coiro, P.C., about your matter of concern, contact our firm.

We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the U.S. Bankruptcy Code.