Anne M. Fox
Rubenstein, Meyerson, Fox, Mancinelli & Conte, P.A.
One Paragon Drive
Montvale, NJ 07645
Phone: (201) 802-9202
Fax: (201) 802-9201
 
 
Education
Fairleigh Dickinson University, Teaneck, N.J., B.S., Magna Cum Laude, 1987
Rutgers University Law School, Newark, New Jersey, J.D., 1990

COMPILED OCTOBER 2004
UPDATED MAY 2012
 
2014-02-20 12:02:31

Anne M Fox has emerged as one of Bergen County's leading young matrimonial attorneys. Her success stems in no small part from a steady stream of client referrals from well-established peers who like and respect her.

Still in her 40's, Fox is now poised to lead one of the top matrimonial practices based in affluent Northern Bergen County.

Fox completed college in three years and graduated magna cum laude. After college, Fox was a human-resources administrator handling labor union disputes before going on to law school.

In many respects, Fox's corporate career experience gave her special insights that have served her well in family law. Following an internship under Bergen County Superior Court Judge Arthur Lesemann, Fox joined a Hackensack practice specializing in areas including commercial and matrimonial litigation. Her early experience also included handling guardianships, estate litigation and real estate transactions - all of which are relevant in matrimonial cases.

Eleven years ago, Fox was recruited by Rubenstein, Meyerson & Blake, a fast growing practice which had just relocated to Montvale. Her partners recognized her skills and value immediately, naming her their fourth partner when she joined. She has played an integral role in the ongoing success of the firm, now Rubenstein, Meyerson, Fox, Mancinelli & Conte.

Today, Fox is widely regarded as a capable, practical attorney, who is reasonable, yet tough when she needs to be. At the same time, she is a calming and wise counselor - a role she is both good at and enjoys.

Away from the office, she enjoys tennis, swimming and traveling. Fox resides in River Vale, New Jersey, with her husband and son.

"The system is built to encourage early settlement and mediation. I think that's very constructive for everyone involved."
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