Sharon B. Ransavage is an Attorney at Law, located in Flemington, New Jersey. She is a general practice attorney who focuses on:
- Matrimonial Law,
- Domestic Violence,
- Child Custody,
- Criminal and Juvenile Law,
- Municipal and Traffic Court
Sharon is ardently assertive for her clients, while also having a willingness to solve issues in a collaborative manner. She is also a firm child advocate; in the situation of divorce Sharon works diligently to solve situations in a way that preserves the familial relationship for the children going forward. A former Hunterdon County Prosecutor, Sharon Ransavage is well-known and respected in the community.
Sharon B. Ransavage has been advocating fiercely for her clients for over 30 years. As an experienced matrimonial attorney, she is fully familiar with the difficult financial and emotional issues involved in every family law matter.
As a former head of the New Jersey State Prosecutor’s Association, she is also intimately familiar with the complexity of criminal and judicial matters. She uses that experience to assist clients in obtaining their best possible outcomes.
Amidst many other honors and distinctions, she has been appointed by the New Jersey State Attorney General to the Child Life Protection Commission, and was appointed to the New Jersey Supreme Court Domestic Violence Working Group to help develop polices for New Jersey Supreme Court. She has been recognized by the New Jersey Supreme Court as an expert in criminal law and has even been asked to testify by the Senate Judiciary Committee.
Sharon understands that amicable settlements are often the most cost effective way to resolve most matrimonial issues. However, her background as a Prosecutor allows her to vigorously defend her client’s rights when litigation is required.
Sharon feels it is important to be an advocate for her clients, finding the right outcome in the right way. Specifically, she is an ardent advocate to enable people to obtain a divorce in a way that preserves the relationship for their children going forward. She is an advocate for children and victims of domestic violence; accommodating them in an individualized and respectful manner.
Sharon is an active member of her community in both Flemington, Hunterdon County, and greater New Jersey. Sharon has been consistently recognized over the course of her career for her extensive work on a wide range of social issues. She is both approachable and knowledgeable; respected for her prowess by her legal contemporaries as well as her community.