Heymann & Fletcher

Phone: 973-895-4400
Fax: 973-895-3005
Email: slomenzo@hflawfirm.com

Sandra N. Lomenzo

Sandra attended the University of Georgia and graduated magna cum laude, receiving her B.B.A. with honors in 2005. Thereafter, Sandra attended Seton Hall University School of Law and received her Juris Doctor in 2008.  Following her graduation, she served as a law clerk to the Honorable Rudolph A. Filko, Presiding Judge of the Family Part in the Superior Court of New Jersey, Passaic County.  Sandra joined the firm in 2009 following her family law clerkship. Sandra is a member of the New Jersey State Bar and the United States District Court for the District of New Jersey.

Sandra represents clients in all stages of family law litigation, including matters relating to divorce, custody, child support, alimony, college contribution, equitable distribution, modification applications, enforcement applications, pre-nuptial agreements, appeals, mediation and arbitrations. With her background in finance, Sandra is well suited for complex financial divorce matters, including those involving equitable distribution of stock options and restrict stock units, business interests and valuations, and the dissipation of marital assets. She is a volunteer attorney with the Battered Women’s Legal Advocacy Project and the County College of Morris, Women’s Center Family Law Clinic and Family Law Workshop.

Sandra has applied the skillset she developed as a family law litigator to her growing estate administration and estate litigation practice.  Sandra represents executors and administrators throughout the entire probate and administration process, including the initial appointment of the estate representative, marshalling estate assets, payment and priority of creditors, valuation of assets, filing of estate and inheritance tax returns, the transfer or sale of real property, and the final accounting and distribution of the estate.  Sandra also represents executors or administrators, beneficiaries, and next of kin in disputes that arise throughout the administration process. This includes challenges to the will based on undue influence or fraud, misappropriation by the estate representative of assets of the estate, removal of the estate representative, and contested accounting disputes.

Areas of Practice

Family Law

Matrimonial Law

Domestic Violence

Estate Administration

Estate Litigation

Bar Admissions

New Jersey, 2008

U.S. District Court of New Jersey, 2008


Seton Hall University School of Law, Newark, New Jersey
Juris Doctor, 2008

University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia
Bachelor of Business Administration manga cum laude with Honors, 2003
Major:  Finance

Professional Associations and Memberships

New Jersey Bar Association, Family Law Section and Young Lawyers Section

New Jersey Association of Justice

Morris County Bar Association, Family Law Section

Volunteer Attorney for Battered Women’s Legal Advocacy Project

Volunteer Attorney for County College of Morris, Women’s Center Family Law Clinic

Past Employment Positions

Superior Court of New Jersey, Family Part, Passaic County, Law Clerk to the Honorable Rudolph, A. Filko, P.J.F.P., 2008 - 2009