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Seraphs in Middletown
Christina is an attorney in the Wills, Trusts and Estates Department of Davison, Eastman & MuñoZ, P.A.. She is experienced in all aspects of estate planning, administration, litigation and taxation as well as guardianships, zoning and land use, business organization formations, dissolution, and mergers. Ms. Hardman-O’Neal is admitted to practice law in the State of New Jersey, New York and the United States District Court for the District of New Jersey.
She earned her Bachelor of Arts Degree from the College of New Jersey in 1993 and her Juris Doctor from Rutgers School of Law in 1998, where she also received the Jennifer Smalldone Award for Outstanding Work in the Field of Disability Law. She served as the Managing Articles Editor for the Rutgers Race and Law Review and volunteered as a legal intern and summer associate for Rutgers Special Education Clinic in Newark. In addition, Ms. Hardman-O’Neal served as law clerk to the Honorable Donald S. Goldman and Glenn A. Grant in the Superior Court of New Jersey, Family and Criminal Divisions, Essex County and as an intern for the Honorable William H. Walls in the U.S. District Court, Newark.
Christina is a member of the Estate and Financial Planning Council of Central New Jersey; the National Academy of Elder Lawyers; the New Jersey State Bar Association, where she serves on the Real Property and Probate Section and Elder Law Section and served as Chair of the Young Lawyers Division, Chair of the Women in the Profession Section and Trustee; Ocean County Bar Association Probate and Elder Law Committees; Monmouth Bar Association, where she is a member of the Elder Law Committee and served as a Trustee, Chair of the Young Lawyers’ Committee, Attorney Coach to the New Jersey State High School Mock Trial Competition and Chair of the Probate Committee. She also served on the Supreme Court Committee on E-Filing. Christina is very active in the community. She is an active member of the Red Bank Networking Group, FISHNET and GiveMeService. She is President of the Women’s Club in Red Bank, where she also served as Treasurer from 2002-2004. Christina has served as a board member of the Community YMCA Child Achievement Centers and is actively involved with the Jersey Shore Jazz & Blues Foundation.
The Seraph's Fund
PO Box 4086, Middletown, NJ 07748