Denise Wennogle

90 Maple Avenue
Morristown, New Jersey 07960
United States
Office Phone: 973-292-1800
Member since 2011
Membership Type: IACP


Lawyer, Mediator

My practice is dedicated to family law. I bring comprehensive legal experience and personal sensitivity to each client and their family, helping to define goals and develop a realistic strategy for accomplishing them, while considering each unique situation with particular attention to the needs of the children. I encourage reasoned resolution to conflict that is in the best long-term interests of the family, utilizing mediation, collaborative law and traditional litigation as needed, to address the many aspects of family disputes.

Area(s) of Practice: Collaborative Law, Family Law, Mediation
License(s): Admitted to the State Bar of New Jersey in 2006; ~Admitted to the United States District Court for the District of New Jersey in 2007 ~Admitted to the United States Supreme Court in 2011

Professional Activities

New Jersey Collaborative Law Group American Bar Association ~New Jersey State Bar Association ~Morris County Bar Association ~Sussex County Bar Association ~NJ Association of Professional Mediators ~Association of Family and Conciliation Courts ~Battered Women's Legal Advocacy Project, Volunteer ~Barry I. Croland Family Law Inn of Court, Barrister ~Worrall F. Mountain American Inn of Court, Barrister ~Justice Marie L. Garibaldi American Inn of Court for Alternative Dispute Resolution ~Morristown Rotary

Undergraduate Education

Felician College – B.A., Management/Marketing 2003 – Summa cum Laude

Professional Education

Seton Hall University School of Law – Juris Doctor 2006
Center for Social Justice, Family Law Clinic Outstanding Clinical Practitioner Award, 2006


Too often the traditional adversarial process exacerbates the trauma of going through a divorce. Collaborative divorce is an intelligent and dignified alternative to litigation that allows a divorcing couple to self-determine the process with a shared focus on the best interests of their children. Although a collaborative divorce is not appropriate for all, it holds great promise for both spouses and their children to begin their new lives with a healthy and strong foundation.