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Faith A. Ullmann is a graduate of Rutgers School of Law, Newark, New Jersey, earning her Juris Doctorate Degree in May 1995. Faith attended Montclair State University and graduated with her B.A. in May 1991, Magna Cum Laude. Faith was recognized as a top Political Science student by being accepted into the Senior Honors Political Science Program. In Faith's senior year of college, she elected an internship with the Division of Youth and Family Services ("DYFS") in Newark, New Jersey. Faith worked as a court liaison to the Deputy Attorney General's Office, coordinating DYFS case files. During law school, Faith was the recipient of the American Academy of Matrimonial Attorney's award for Academic Excellence in the area of Family Law. Faith focused her law school career on Family Law and Complimentary Dispute Resolution ("CDR"), including Mediation. At Rutgers Law School, Faith was actively involved in the Rutgers Pro Bono Legal program, working with the New Jersey Public Advocate's office, Law Guardian Section. During law school, Faith also served as a Law Clerk at the Essex County Prosecutor's Office, Appellate Section, from June 1993 to September 1993. Commencing in her second year of law school, Faith worked as a law clerk at the firm of Siavitt, Simon & Neuer, P.C. ("SS&N"), in West Orange, and then in Parsippany, New Jersey. Faith became an associate at SS&N in May 1995, concentrating her practice in Matrimonial Law and Commercial/Contract Litigation. Faith was admitted to the New Jersey and New York Bars in early 1996.
Faith A. Ullmann is a senior partner at Faith A. Ullmann & Associates, LLC. Faith's concentration is Family Law, including Divorce Litigation, Divorce Mediation, and other Family Law related matters. Previously Faith was a partner at Albino, Ullmann, Laemers, & Pompelio, LLC, and Gruber, Colabella, Liuzza, Kutyla & Ullmann.
Faith is an experienced Divorce litigator and has been certified by the New Jersey Supreme Court as an approved Family Mediator. Faith has numerous years of experience as a Family Law litigator, and Family Law mediator. Faith serves on the Economic Mediation Roster for Sussex, Morris, Warren, and Passaic Counties, assisting in the Divorce settlement process. Faith has been appointed by the courts to assist and mediate complex divorce cases. Also, Faith has been appointed and serves as a Custody and Parenting Mediator. Faith is an active member of the Sussex County Family Law committee and she serves as an Early Settlement Panelist in Sussex and Warren Counties, on the ESP panels.
Faith volunteers her time with Project Self Sufficiency ("PSS"), Sussex County Legal Aid and Domestic Abuse Services Inc. Faith has been a guest lecturer at PSS and other local organizations assisting families in need. Faith also serves as a volunteer attorney for Centenary College's Women's Center, in Warren County.
Faith has volunteered her personal time to the Inter-Faith Hospitality Network, and as a Girl Scout leader. Faith is a member of the Sussex County Chamber of Commerce and the Greater Newton Chambers of Commerce. Faith lives in Sussex County and values her professional and personal contacts and activities, in and around Sussex County.
Areas of Practice
- 100% Family Law
Certified Legal Specialties
- Family Mediator, New Jersey Supreme Court
- Parent Coordinator , AFCC , 2013
- New Jersey, 1996
- New York, 1996
- Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey School of Law - Newark, Newark, New Jersey
- J.D. - May, 1995
- Honors: American Academy of Matrimonial Attorney's Award for Academic Excellence
- Montclair State University, Montclair, New Jersey
- B.A. magna cum laude - 1991
- Major: Political Science
- Lecturer, Project Self Sufficiency
Professional Associations and Memberships
- Sussex County Bar Association, Member
Past Employment Positions
- Slavitt, Simon & Neuer, P.C. (SS&N), West Orange, and then Parsippany, New Jersey, Law Clerk
- Slavitt, Simon & Neuer, P.C. (SS&N), 1995
- Essex County Prosecutor's Office, Appellate Section, Law Clerk, 1993
Pro Bono Activities
- Project Self Sufficiency
- Centenary College Women's Center