|Education:||University of Pittsburgh (B.S. 2004); Widener University School of Law (J.D. 2007)|
|Bar Admissions:||New Jersey (2008)|
|Email:||egoldberg (at) charnylaw (dot) com|
|Practicing Divorce & Family Law in New Jersey
Erika L. Goldberg joined the South Jersey Divorce and Family Law Group of Charny, Karpousis, Altieri & Donoian, P.A. in the fall of 2008 after a one-year law clerkship for the Honorable Eugene J. McCaffrey, Jr., Judge of the Superior Court of New Jersey, Gloucester County, Chancery Division, Family Part.
Ms. Goldberg has been practicing family law exclusively since 2008 and has valuable experience that enables her to provide assertive representation for all types of clients. Her family law practice focuses on all areas of divorce and family law, such as matters involving custody and child support, alimony, equitable distribution, college contributions, prenuptial agreements, post-judgment applications, adoptions and domestic violence.
Ms. Goldberg serves as a Matrimonial Early Settlement Panelist in Burlington and Gloucester Counties. She is also currently a member of the Camden County and Gloucester County Bar Associations, and is a Barrister in the Thomas S. Forkin Family Law Inns of Court. In recognition of her skill, Ms. Goldberg was named to the South Jersey Magazine ”Awesome Attorneys” list in 2015 and to the New Jersey “Rising Stars” list by Thompson Reuters, publishers of New Jersey Super Lawyers in 2012.*
Ms. Goldberg is also committed to volunteering her time in her community, participating in the Alice Paul Institute mentoring program, as well as providing pro bono services through the South Jersey Legal Services. In addition, Ms. Goldberg was sworn in as a CASA volunteer in Burlington County, advocating for the best interest of children who have been removed from their home due to abuse and/or neglect.
An avid athlete and sports fan, Ms. Goldberg received a full athletic scholarship to the University of Pittsburgh where she was a member of the university’s gymnastics team for four years. She was team captain from 2002-2004 and varsity letter winner in 2001-2004. Ms. Goldberg made the Dean’s List in 2003 and was a Scholar-Athlete 2002-2004. While in law school, she was a member of the Sports and Entertainment Law Association.
Born and raised in South Jersey, Ms. Goldberg currently resides in Camden County, New Jersey with her husband and son.
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