Our Essex County NJ attorneys handle civil and criminal matters in the Superior Court of New Jersey in Newark, and in municipal courts throughout Essex County, NJ. Our Essex County NJ civil practice incorporates complex commercial litigation in state and federal courts, including business disputes, partnership disputes, shareholder disputes, foreclosure and asset repossession, and Chancery Court litigation.
Our Essex County NJ attorneys serve businesses and individuals located in the following cities and municipalities in Essex County:
If you or your business needs assistance with a civil or criminal case in the Superior Court of New Jersey in Essex County, or need representation in a criminal matter pending in any of the municipal courts located in Essex County, NJ, contact our New Jersey lawyers  today and we will respond to your inquiry within 24 hours. For urgent matters, please call (201) 870-4938.
Information About Essex County
Essex County was officially established in 1682 by the East Jersey Legislature as one of the four original counties of present day New Jersey ( Bergen, Monmouth and Middlesex were the others). The county is named after Essex, a county in the East of England. By the time of the American Revolution, Essex County had become quite prosperous. After the war, the Country entered into a period of unprecedented industrial growth. This was due in part to the completion of the New Jersey Railroad, the Morris Canal, and the establishment of the Morris and Essex Railroad. Factories that grew up around the rail and canal arteries drew waves of immigrants from Europe and the population began to swell.
According to data from the 2010 census, Essex County is the 14th-most densely populated county in the United States, and was ranked second in the state. The county is part of the 26th, 27th, 28th, 29th, 34th and 40th Districts in the New Jersey Legislature.
Law enforcement at the county level is provided by the Essex County Prosecutor’s Office and the Essex County Sheriff’s Office.
Highways that run through Essex County include the Garden State Parkway, Route 10, Route 21, Route 23, Route 24, Route 27, Route 124, Route 129, and Route 280. In addition, nearby major highways include Route 80, Route 78, Route 3, and the New Jersey Turnpike.