The CLDDS Team, Navigating the Legal Waters of the Jersey Shore, is now one Member Stronger.
Toms River, NJ – Carluccio, Leone, Dimon, Doyle and Sacks is pleased to announce the newest addition to our diverse legal team, former Ocean County Superior Court Judge, Melanie Szuba Appleby, Esq.
Ms. Appleby joins us as Of Counsel, with concentration on Real Estate Law. She is a welcome addition to the diverse areas of our practice and an essential part of the team approach followed by the attorneys here at CLDDS.
Ms. Appleby joins CLDDS with 17 years prior experience as an attorney in private practice and over five years of public service as an Ocean County Superior Court Judge, in the Chancery Division, Family Part, as well as in the Criminal Division.
She was the first woman elected in Toms River as a Council Member-At-Large in the newly formed Mayor-Council form of government in 2007 and her service was recognized when she received the Governor Whitman Excellence in Public Service designation. She is a member of the New Jersey Association of Professional Mediators, and has earned a Diplomate in New Jersey Municipal Law and has also held the designation of Fellow from the International Municipal Lawyers Association.
Melanie Szuba Appleby, Esq. resides in Lavallette, NJ.
Carluccio, Leone, Dimon, Doyle & Sacks L.L.C. is a full-service law firm conveniently located at the core of Ocean County’s legal community in downtown Toms River, New Jersey. Our firm offers a full array of legal services ranging from assisting the sophisticated business person with commercial transactions to helping a family law client negotiate the terms of a divorce settlement. As a full service law firm, our diverse areas of legal practice include commercial and residential real estate and land use transactions, public entities, education law, banking and commercial transactions, tax appeals, civil and criminal litigation, elder law, family law and estate planning. We are committed to being a value-added provider of affordable and quality legal services.