The Law and Mediation Office of Linda F. Spiegel, Esq. is located in the County Seat of Bergen County in Hackensack N.J., just two blocks north of the courthouse.  For more than 30 years, Ms. Spiegel has been providing high quality legal services to a wide range of clients, including both businesses and individuals, throughout the greater New York and New Jersey area.

Ms. Spiegel was recently featured in an article for Liberty Paperwork Solutions titled “17 Signs You Should Talk With An Elder Law Attorney.” Read her advice here.

She was also recently featured on the New Jersey State Bar Foundation’s Facebook page where she answered the question “How is mediation different from litigation and what kinds of cases can be mediated?” Read her response on Facebook.


Alternate Dispute Resolution
Ms. Spiegel is a Court approved 
R. 1:40 Arbitrator and Mediator in civil, foreclosure and family matters. She has served as an Arbitrator for the American Arbitration Association for more than 20 years in construction and commercial matters and is also a Mediator for the American Arbitration Association on the Association’s commercial and construction panels. In her private practice, Ms. Spiegel is available to mediate and arbitrate all types of civil and family matters including economic issues, prenuptial agreements, custody, full divorce mediation and post-divorce mediation issues including college choices and parenting time.  She is also available to mediate elder care issues. She successfully completed the 40 hour divorce mediation training course and was a presenter on mediation to the Bergen County Bar Association.

Family Law
Ms. Spiegel has extensive experience in all aspects of family law. She has represented clients in divorces, child abuse, child custody, adoption, juvenile court and in guardianships for special needs children and the elderly.  Since 1993 she has been a member of the Bergen County Youth Services Commission serving in many capacities including the Chair of the Commission.  Ms. Spiegel also currently sits on the Bergen County Steering Committee for the NJ Council on Juvenile Justice System Improvement.