Neil Brazer


Associate Attorney

Neil Brazer, Esq.

Neil Brazer, Esq., joined the Law Office of Blake W. Rush as an Associate Attorney in 2023. Prior to joining this office, Neil worked as an Associate Attorney at a prominent Hunterdon County family law firm for several years.

Neil focuses his practice in all areas of Family Law, including divorce, alimony, child support, custody, parenting time, post-judgment applications for modification, domestic violence hearings, valuation of assets and debts, equitable distribution and prenuptial agreements. He has extensive experience appearing before Superior Court Judges in numerous different counties at all stages of litigation, including conferences, motion arguments/hearings, and trials.

Neil is licensed to practice in the State of New Jersey, having earned his Juris Doctorate from Rutgers Law School in Newark.  He is a member of the Hunterdon County Bar Association and the Family Practice Committee. Neil also serves as a member of the Vicinage 13 Fee Arbitration Committee.  For 2022-2024, Neil has been named a New Jersey Super Lawyers “Rising Star” in the area of Family Law.*

Following law school, Neil first worked as a Judicial Law Clerk for the Honorable Robert G. Wilson, J.S.C., the presiding Family Part Judge in Hunterdon County where Neil assisted the Court in conducting mediations, preparing Orders, and drafting both motion and trial decisions. 

During law school, Neil served as a judicial intern for the Honorable Anthony F. Picheca, Jr., J.S.C., the now-retired Family Part Judge in Somerset County.  In law school, Neil also studied under Professor Randi Mandelbaum at the Rutgers Child Advocacy Clinic as both a clinical law student and intern.  Through the Child Advocacy Clinic, Neil appeared as a Law Guardian in Essex County Superior Court.  In addition, he interned for the New Jersey Department of Children and Families'  Office of Legal and Legislative Affairs under former director, Clinton Page.
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