Eliana Baer is a member of the firm’s Family Law department and focuses her practice on representing clients on issues relating to divorce, equitable distribution, support, custody, adoption, domestic violence, premarital agreements and Appellate Practice.
Before Fox RothschildDuring law school, Eliana was a tax administrator for Brand Sonnenschine, LLP and also began her career at Fox Rothschild as a summer associate. She also served as a law clerk in the Seton Hall University School of Law Center for Social Justice representing clients in divorce, custody and domestic violence cases.
Prior to the practice of law, Eliana was an intern at the Offices of now-State Senator Loretta Weinberg. While attending Yeshiva University, she was the editor in chief of Insight, Journal of Social Sciences.
New Jersey Divorce App
For those simply contemplating separation or already in the midst of divorce proceedings in the Garden State, the useful tools included in Fox’s New Jersey Divorce App can answer questions, offer insight into aspects of the divorce process that may have been overlooked and provide users with resources they may not have known were available.
The app is currently available for free in the iTunes Store. To download it, click here.
New Jersey Family Legal Blog
Eliana also contributes to the New Jersey Family Legal Blog (http://njfamilylaw.foxrothschild.com/). This blog provides practical information and useful tips related to such topics as alimony, child support, custody, parenting time, divorce, equitable distribution, prenuptial agreements, domestic violence, and grandparent visitation. This blog is an excellent resource for individuals with New Jersey specific family law questions and advisors whose clients may encounter family law issues.
Eliana's reported decisions include:
- Barr V. Barr, 418 N.J. Super. 18 (App. Div. 2011): Equitable distribution of military pension, part of which accumulated through post-divorce efforts.
Honors and Awards
Named “Contributor with the 2nd Most Popular Article in the United States” by Mondaq (January 2014)