Michael J. Weil, Esq.

Michael J. Weil, Esq. focuses his practice on Family Law including divorce, appeals, child custody and support, post judgment issues, and domestic violence. Michael has experience handling high-net worth and complex matters, including litigating cases to trial. He is a trained family law mediator. Michael is admitted to the bars of New Jersey, Connecticut and New York.

Michael joined Maleski Eisenhut & Zielinski, LLC in 2016. He serves as Membership Chairperson of the Hunterdon County Bar Association and provides pro bono representation through SAFE in Hunterdon and New Jersey Legal Services. He is also active in the New Jersey Bar Association, and the Somerset County Bar Association. He currently participates in the Vicinage 13 Family Law Inns of Court.

Immediately upon graduating law school at the top of his class, Michael served as a judicial law clerk to the Connecticut Appellate Court. He joined a top matrimonial firm in Greenwich, Connecticut before returning home to New Jersey to serve as the judicial law clerk to the Honorable Anthony F. Picheca, Jr. of the New Jersey Superior Court, Chancery Division Family Part in Somerset County. Michael graduated from the University of Connecticut School of Law in 2013 earning high honors. There, he was elected to the Connecticut Law Review and served as Competition Editor. His Note, published in the 2012 Connecticut Law Review, explored the constitutionality of a purportedly neutral ban on a religious practice. It was cited in an article published in the First Amendment Law Review. Michael was honored with the Alvin Pudlin Memorial First Amendment Award, the Connecticut Conference of Municipalities Prize, the Joseph F. Noonan Memorial Prize, and the CALI Award for Excellence in Criminal Procedure. In law school, Michael volunteered with the Homeless Experience Legal Project and the Center for Children's Advocacy, and participated in a transactional law clinic. He taught basic civics and constitutional law to high school sophomores. Michael earned his B.A., magna cum laude, in Political Science from The George Washington University in 2008.