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How To Protect Privacy and Keep The Details of Your Divorce Out Of The Public Record

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Privacy During Divorce

In this episode we are talking with family law attorney , Anna-Maria Pitella, and John Caroli, a Certified Financial Planner, about divorce and privacy issues and how to keep the details of your divorce out of the public record.

Our guests today discussing whether divorce records are public information and how to protect privacy during divorce are:

Anna–Maria Pittella. Esq.

Anna–Maria-PittellaAnna–Maria Pittella is a family law attorney with over forty years of experience. She will no longer litigate a divorce because of the toll it takes on a family emotionally and financially. She is an Accredited Professional Mediator since 1997, a Court Approved Roster Economic Mediator since the program began and family collaborative attorney since 2004. She offers her skills in the resolution of family matters by mediation and collaboration. Nether process takes place at the courthouse but in a comfortable office setting confidentially and supportive, providing guidance in decisions for the family’s transition to two households. She continually seeks and attends educational events to deepen her skills, is a speaker on mediation, collaborative process and practice as well as a trainer in the family collaborative process. She is one of the initiators of the family collaborative law movement in New Jersey that culminated in the passage of the New Jersey Family Collaborative Act on Dec. 10 2014.

Contact Information

Address: 55 No. Bridge Ave., Red Bank New Jersey 07701
Phone: 732-842-6939
Email: Pittellalaw@verizon.net
Website: http://www.pittellalaw.com/


John Caroli. CFP

John CaroliAs a Certified Financial Planner (CFP), I can work with divorcing couples either as a neutral financial advisor or as an advisor to one spouse if that is needed, to resolve financial issues that arise during the divorce process. I combine education, calculations, and financial planning to find creative solutions, and work closely with team members to resolve alimony, child support and equitable distribution of assets.

I was divorced collaboratively and truly believe that my kids are better off than if we had gone the route of litigation. Because of this I am intimately familiar with and passionately supportive of the collaborative. I studied engineering at URI, Tufts, and MIT. Those skills are useful in the quantitative parts of divorce, but my personal experience has helped me guide clients through the process and deliver peace of mind.

Contact Information

Address: 726 Kings Highway East,Atlantic Highlands, NJ 07716
Phone: 732-291-7272
Email: john@bc-wm.com


  • Are divorce records public record?
  • Can record records be sealed?
  • What are confidentiality agreements and how effective are they in protecting your privacy during divorce?
  • How to protect your privacy during divorce and keep the private details of your divorce out of the public records.

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