THOMAS SIDOTI graduated with a B.A. degree from Rutgers University and received his Juris Doctorate from Seton Hall University School of Law. After law school, Tom served as law clerk to the Honorable Kenneth J. Slomienski, J.S.C. in the family division of the Bergen County Superior Court. He is a member of the bar of the State of New Jersey and is also a member of the Bergen County Bar Association and the Hudson County Bar Association Family Law Committee. He also serves on the Hudson County Matrimonial Early Settlement Panel. Tom is also a New Jersey Supreme Court Certified Matrimonial Attorney, a distinction that is awarded to only about 2% of all attorneys in New Jersey.
Tom Sidoti is a tenacious advocate and an expert counselor. Widely considered one of New Jersey’s rising star litigators, Tom is a distinguished trial attorney whose instincts in the courtroom are hard to match, as is his passion for helping people navigate through challenging times.
Since entering private practice, Tom has focused on Family and Matrimonial Law, ably resolving complex divorce matters and highly contentious custody disputes. He has a no-nonsense and practical style that is respected by both judges and opposing counsel, yet also thinks outside-the-box to find creative solutions to his clients’ problems. Tom has experience guiding high-net-worth individuals through the divorce process and dealing with complicated asset division issues as well as alimony and child support issues. He has had success trying cases to conclusion, winning favorable custody, alimony, and child support terms for his clients, as well as significant counsel fee awards. Tom is also an experienced appellate lawyer. Tom’s work has earned him recognition from his peers, including being named in 2015 by the American Society of Legal Advocates as one of New Jersey’s Top 40 under 40 Family Lawyers.
Beyond Family Law, as a seasoned litigator Tom also has experience winning rights for immigrants before the USCIS and in Immigration Court, in civil litigation matters and defending individuals facing criminal charges.