Colao and Julian to Head PSWH Monmouth County Office
Local Top Attorney Duo to Better Serve PSWH Growing Client Base
Pashman Stein Walder Hayden (PSWH) announced today that the law firm has opened a Monmouth County office in Red Bank, New Jersey at 28 Leroy Place. Joseph (Jay) Colao and Tracy Julian, two well-known Monmouth County-based attorneys, will head the Red Bank operations of the firm.
“Monmouth is experiencing substantial commercial development as well as an upswing in corporate relocations and growth, all of which drove our decision to open the new office,” said Michael Stein, managing partner at Pashman Stein Walder Hayden. “Jay and Tracy are extraordinary additions to our team. They possess top shelf skill sets and they materially enhance our ability to serve our growing Monmouth client base.”
Joseph (Jay) Colao, has long been recognized as a go to Business Litigator with over 25 years experience trying cases in New Jersey State and Federal Courts. He also has substantial AAA arbitration experience. His primary focus is litigation stemming from shareholder, partner, or LLC member disputes, although over the course of his career his has handled nearly every conceivable type of business dispute. He also has extensive experience in probate litigation matters, including will contests, fiduciary claims and contested guardianship proceedings. Mr. Colao serves as the attorney for the Borough of Spring Lake, is an assistant counsel for Monmouth County and a past trustee of the Monmouth Bar Association.
Tracy Julian’s practice focuses on family law and business litigation. She represents clients in all phases of litigation, arbitration and mediation in those areas. Her family practice serves clients with issues such as divorce, alimony, child support, and custody. She also has significant experience in commercial litigation, having handled numerous matters involving LLC and limited partnership disputes.
Ms. Julian is a qualified NJ Ct. R. 1:40-12 family law mediator who can assist clients in resolving their differences through mediation when they desire a more amicable alternative to litigation.