Dana Sealander is an Associate Attorney with Rozin | Golinder Law, LLC. Dana is a seasoned professional whose compassion and dedication to her clients is evidenced from her very first interaction with each of them.
After an established career working to support families of children with disabilities, Dana felt compelled to pursue a career in law. Dana’s experience working with those children - and their families - guided her decision to focus exclusively in family law. As a divorced, single mom and while working a demanding job full-time, Dana was able to graduate cum laude from Seton Hall University's School of Law. This accomplishment is a testament to Dana’s dedication to detail, a trait each client will notice from day one. During law school, Dana experienced the Family Court system firsthand, working in an externship for a Family Court Judge in Monmouth County. Dana comes to Rozin | Golinder after previously working as an associate in another boutique family law firm.
Dana’s background has helped her hone the skills that make her a successful family law attorney. She provides excellence in customer service. She quickly and efficiently identifies key issues unique to each client’s case. She works tirelessly to resolve each issue swiftly, fairly, and efficiently. In addition, her prior experience working with New Jersey families and her personal experience navigating her own divorce gave root to her profound desire to fight passionately and fiercely for the issues that matter to her clients.
- JD from Seton Hall University School of Law, cum laude
- Masters in Physical Therapy from University of Delaware
- B.S. in Kinesiology, summa cum laude, valedictorian of the college of Health and Human Performance, University of Maryland, College Park
- Middlesex County Bar Association
- Barry Crowland Inn of Court
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