Sara B. Cohen has spent her entire legal career practicing family law. Her attentiveness to each individual client ensures they never feel like they’ve been forgotten or brushed aside. Emphasizing this importance throughout her practice has made Sara a reliable, focused and detail-oriented advocate. She brings the determination to resolve each legal matter efficiently and successfully.
As her clients navigate the most difficult moments of their lives, Sara gives them the advice and counsel they need to feel secure in their decisions and to achieve the best outcome. Every case is equally important to Sara — whether she is representing a divorcing spouse looking to efficiently divide a few assets, or she is working with the parent of a large family in a contested custody battle. She remains deeply involved in the day-to-day management of her cases from the initial consultation to filing the final agreement.
Sara graduated with her bachelor’s degree from Rutgers University New Brunswick and her law degree from Rutgers School of Law. During law school, Sara honed her legal research and management skills while serving as Co-Editor-in-Chief of the Women’s Rights Law Reporter, the first legal periodical in the U.S. to focus exclusively on the field of women’s rights law. In that role, she supervised a staff of 20 to 30 students and spearheaded the publication of four volumes of the journal each year.