Curtis J. Romanowski

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Top Rated Family Law Attorney in Ocean, NJ

Romanowski Law Offices
 | 19 Eaton Place, Ocean, NJ 07712
Phone: 732-603-1576
Selected to Super Lawyers: 2005 - 2013, 2015, 2017 - 2018
Licensed Since: 1991
Practice Areas:
  • Family Law

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NJ Divorce Lawyers / NJ Family Law Attorneys / NJ Child Custody Lawyers / NJ Matrimonial Law Attorneys / NJ Domestic Violence Lawyers / NJ LGBT Attorneys. With offices in Freehold, Monmouth County and Metuchen, Middlesex County, New Jersey divorce, child custody, matrimonial law, family law, domestic violence & LGBT attorney Curtis J. Romanowski is co-author with the Honorable Robert A. Fall, J.A.D. (Retired, on Recall) of the multi-volume Gann Law Books treatise on Family Law and Relationships Involving Children. NJ Divorce Lawyer Romanowski is cited as authoritative in Family Law over 300 times in the 2015 Edition of the Rules Governing The Courts of the State of New Jersey. Formerly an Assistant U.S. Attorney and U.S. Navy JAG Corps Officer, he served on the Navy's Domestic Violence Committee and as Legal Research Advisor to the Senior Military Judge, Hawaii Judicial Circuit. A trusted authority on trial and settlement strategies for complex divorce, child custody & LGBT cases, NJ Family Law Attorney Romanowski was entrusted with one of the biggest divorces in New Jersey history, involving a $320,000,000.00-plus marital estate.

Romanowski has also been selected to the 2015 list as a member of the Nation’s Top One Percent by the National Association of Distinguished Counsel. Only the top one percent of attorneys in the United States are awarded membership in NADC. This elite class of advocates consists of the finest leaders of the legal profession from across the nation. He has likewise been given the prestigious honor of being named “TOP 10” in New Jersey by the National Academy of Family Law Attorneys. The very few attorneys (less than 1%) that make the list have demonstrated an extraordinary amount of knowledge, skill, experience, expertise and success in their practice of family law.

NJ Divorce Lawyer Romanowski has served on the Board of Governors of the New Jersey Association for Justice (NJAJ) and on the New Jersey State Bar Assn Family Law Executive Committee, serving on both Alimony and General Procedures & Rules Subcommittees, and as CLE Coordinator/NJ ICLE Liaison. A frequent lecturer and seminar developer for New Jersey Institute for Continuing Legal Education, Gann, American Academy of Matrimonial Attorneys - AAML, NJAJ and AFCC, NJ Family Law Attorney Romanowski is a Blue Ribbon Matrimonial Early Settlement Program Panelist, Counsel for Children, Guardian Ad Litem, Parenting Coordinator and Arbitrator. His professional advice column, "The Progressive Lawyer," appears in The Matrimonial Strategist and he is a regular contributor to the New Jersey Law Journal.

MIDDLESEX COUNTY OFFICES           MONMOUTH COUNTY OFFICES
475 Main Street - Second Floor               Freehold Commons, 83 South Street - 3rd Floor
Metuchen, NJ 08840                                Freehold, NJ 07728
 

 

 
Practice Areas
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Family Law (100%): Adoption, Alimony & Spousal Support, Child Support, Custody & Visitation, Dissolution, Divorce, Domestic Violence, Name Change, Paternity, Prenuptial Agreements, Marital Property, Mediation & Collaborative Law, Same Sex Family Law, Father's Rights

Focus Areas

Family Law: Adoption, Alimony & Spousal Support, Child Support, Custody & Visitation, Dissolution, Divorce, Domestic Violence, Name Change, Paternity, Prenuptial Agreements, Marital Property, Mediation & Collaborative Law, Same Sex Family Law, Father's Rights

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  • Demystifying Misunderstood Evidentiary Concepts - Part Two (2014) - The goal and focus of this multi-part article is to clarify a limited number of evidentiary issues that routinely come up in family law practice and cause problems. These difficulties arise mostly from either a lack of message control, or due to relatively wide-spread confusion about certain aspects or nuances within the controlling law. The article will also provide advice for applying our rules of evidence in a judicial setting. Knowledge in the courtroom is the equivalent of power; power in the persuasive sense. Our system of jurisprudence fairly rests upon the rules of evidence, the primary purpose of which is to ensure that the most reliable evidence is placed before the judge. Without the rules, chaos would prevail in the courtroom. Without knowledgeable practitioners, the ends of justice cannot be met. The author hopes that this article will help to empower the readership in the pursuit of professional excellence.

  • Demystifying Misunderstood Evidentiary Concepts - Part One (2014) - The law of evidence is the only thing that stands between a litigant and denial of due process of law on the basis of information that lacks in validity at some level. Unlike the Rules of Court, where “any rule may be relaxed or dispensed with by the court in which the action is pending if adherence to it would result in an injustice,”([i]) the Rules of Evidence may not ordinarily be relaxed in the absence of specific authority, either within the rules themselves or in statutes.([ii]). In fact, where the Rules of Court and the Rules of Evidence conflict as to the admissibility of certain evidence, the Rules of Evidence should control, because they were enacted through the joint participation of the three principal branches of government and cannot therefore be circumvented by the Supreme Court acting alone under its rule-making power.([iii]) Forty-one states now have evidence codes patterned directly after the federal rules. New Jersey is among them. Readers are encouraged to examine the New Jersey Rules of Evidence (N.J.R.E.) and the Federal Rules of Evidence (Fed. R. Evid.) side by side, in order to appreciate some of the differences, since they are similar, yet not identical. [i] R. 1:1-1(a). [ii] Biunno, Weissbard & Zegas, Current N.J. Rules of Evidence, Comment 2 to N.J.R.E. 101(a). [iii] See, e.g. Ramos v. Community Coach, 229 N.J. Super. 452, 456-458 (App. Div. 1989).

  • Legal & Physical or Residential Custody - Legal Custody of the children is commonly viewed as the parent or parents - in the case of joint custody - with whom the decision-making authority rests. 

  • The Best Interests Standard - The best interests of the child remains as the "beacon" or guiding principle central to most issues of custody or parenting time.

  • The Progressive Lawyer: The Emerging Role of the Parenting Coordinator - Part Three - Here in Part Three, we will conclude by providing a comprehensive PC order of appointment, which can be modified to fit just about any desired PC situation.

  • The Progressive Lawyer: The Emerging Role of the Parenting Coordinator - Part Two - There is no legal code in the majority of the jurisdictions that accurately describes the functional role of the Parent Coordinator (PC). Currently, most jurisdictions do not sufficiently address issues of due process and very seldom outline protocols for gathering evidence or conducting "hearings." The functional roles of the PC - which may often be an amalgam of interdisciplinary roles - are often left up for grabs.

  • The Progressive Lawyer: The Emerging Role of the Parenting Coordinator - Part One - The "Parenting Coordinator" or "Parent Coordinator" is a newly evolving professional role, which is now being implemented in an increasing number of States - with or without the benefit of a specific Rule of Court or statutory authority - as a means for dealing with high-conflict families involved in domestic relations proceedings before the courts.

  • Are Prenuptial Agreements Affected by Changed Circumstances? - People who go through the bother and expense of entering into prenuptial agreements, sign the agreement with the expectation that the agreement will be enforceable and will give them the future protection that they seek. Fundamentally, we are talking about a contract between competent adults...

  • Unauthorized Access to Stored Computer Files - Password or PIN(s) - Accessing e-mails or computer files by a spouse with the help of PIN(s) or Password of the other, but without their permission, is a clear violation of the Wiretap Statute. Nevertheless, it is a violation only if the information is in the transmission stage and not if it is in the post-transmission storage.

  • How Enforceable Is Your Prenuptial Agreement? Part Two - The New Jersey Premarital Agreement Act - The Act specifies that all New Jersey prenuptial agreements must be condensed to a writing.

  • How Enforceable Is Your Prenuptial Agreement? Part One - NJ Divorce Law Prior to the New Jersey Premarital Agreement Act. - Prenuptial agreements are entered into for any number of reasons. Obviously prenuptial agreements are not for every couple.

  • Progressive Writing Tips for the Persuasive Lawyer - As lawyers, most of us take great pride in our writing ability. By now, it's become second-nature to us and familiar to the staff members we've trained. It's not confusing, tedious or long-winded to us. We say what we mean, mean what we say, and get right to the point. Or, so we'd like to believe.

  • Eleventh Hour Divorce Facilitation - Mediation and most other forms of alternate dispute resolution are typically employed in advance of the Court process. Mediated agreements, for example, might limit the parties' involvement with the Court to placing the Matrimonial Settlement Agreement on the record, voir dire on the agreement and cause of action, and putting the divorce through on an uncontested basis.

  • The Progressive Lawyer: How to Improve the Quality of Interviews, Meetings and Settlement Conferences by Learning to Use Advocacy and Inquiry More Effectively - As attorneys, we are trained to be advocates in the process known as "adversarial." Many of us self-selected into the legal profession partly because our underlying personality and temperament traits are geared toward advocacy. Similarly, lawyers - the good ones - are typically quite inquisitive. Their questioning techniques, however, often take on the tone of cross-examination.

  • Settlement Conferences with the Court - The goal of the policy which encourages settlements, however, is not the salutary effect of settlements on our overtaxed judicial and administrative calendars, but the notion that the parties to a dispute are in the best position to determine how to resolve a contested matter in a way which is least disadvantageous to everyone.

  • Use of Statutory Factors as an Advocacy Tool - In the course of my prior life as a management consultant to the Fortune 500, I was faced with issues involving client system compliance with the ISO 9000 International Standards for Quality Management. The five International Standards which form the ISO 9000 series of quality assurance standards readily lent themselves to the matrix approach I will discuss in this article.

  • Setting the Scene for Success - The traditional adversarial system continues to draw criticism when aggressively applied to family law cases. Apart from the inefficiencies, impracticalities and associated costs of strongly competitive approaches, the reasons for abandoning these poorly conceived methods of dispute resolution should be obvious.

  • A New Way of Looking at Divorce - A divorce is a one-time project that has defined starting and ending dates, a clearly specified set of objectives or scope of tasks to be performed, a predefined budget, and a temporary settlement or litigation organization that is dismantled - as far as the divorcing parties are concerned - once the divorce is finalized.

  • New Jersey's Civil War in Divorce Mediation - The first step in the process of despising something is to label it. There are countless mediation models, many of which come with their own labels; such as team mediation, transformative mediation, etc. Most of these, and their practitioners, can be described as either facilitative or evaluative in approach. The ideological debate between the members of these two camps is a heated one, which, in many cases, has degenerated into "I'm right, you're wrong" thinking.

  • Preparation of Pendente Lite Applications - Part Five - 1. Understand the statutes, court rules and case law authorizing a pendente lite award of counsel fees. 2. Provide adequate financial information and argument so that the Court can conclude that an award of pendente lite counsel fees is reasonable and just.

  • Preparation of Pendente Lite Applications - Part Four - The CIS with all required attachments is typically the most important attachment to a pendente lite motion. As a word of caution, the CIS can be used against the client's interests if care is not taken in completing it. Do not give a blank CIS to the client and then publish for all the world to see the client's raw work product. This could lead to disaster. The fact of the matter is that most raw CIS submissions are filled with potentially damaging errors.

  • Preparation of Pendente Lite Applications - Part Three - Most pendente lite motions include the following requests:1. Contribution to monthly Schedule A, B and C expenses as set forth in the Case Information Statement - this can be accomplished by direct payment or by way of alimony, child support, or any combination of the three, with varying tax consequences;

  • Preparation of Pendente Lite Applications - Part Two - R. 1:6-1 Applicability of Rule Rule 1:6 shall apply to all trial courts, except the municipal courts and except as otherwise provided by R. 3:26-2(d) (motions for bail reductions), R. 5:5-4 (motions in civil family actions), and R. 6:3-3 (motions in the Special Civil Part)...

  • Preparation of Pendente Lite Applications - Part One - The pendente lite phase of the case and the results of a pendente lite application are critical for setting the tone for the balance of the case, and often affect whatever final decisions or agreements are reached. If an inequitable result occurs early on, it could seriously compromise one party's case.

  • About Curtis Romanowski

    Admitted: 1991, New Jersey

    Professional Webpage: https://www.avvo.com/attorneys/07728-nj-curtis-romanowski-61...

    Honors and Awards:

    • Invited to present at the 2015 Judicial Conference on proposed NJRE 534, Mental Health Provider Privilege, 2015
    • Named “TOP 10” in New Jersey, National Academy of Family Law Attorneys, 2015
    • Selected to list of the "Nation’s Top One Percent", National Association of Distinguished Counsel, 2015
    • Family Law Executive Committee, Member, Monmouth County Bar Association, 2015
    • Middlesex County Assignment Judge's Family Lawyers' Committee, Member, 2015
    • Ocean-Monmouth Inns of Court, Master of the Bench, 2015
    • Earned "Superb" 10.0/10 AVVO Rating, AVVO, 2015
    • Middlesex County Assignment Judge's Family Lawyers' Committee, Member, 2014
    • Family Law Committee, Member, Monmouth County Bar Association, 2014
    • Earned "Superb" 10.0/10 AVVO Rating, AVVO, 2014
    • Ocean-Monmouth Inns of Court, Master of the Bench, 2013
    • Earned "Superb" 10.0/10 AVVO Rating, AVVO, 2013
    • Ocean-Monmouth Inns of Court, Master of the Bench, 2012
    • New Jersey State Bar Association Family Law Section Executive Committee, Member, 2012
    • Earned "Superb" 10.0/10 AVVO Rating, AVVO, 2012
    • Ocean-Monmouth Inns of Court, Master of the Bench, 2011
    • Earned "Superb" 10.0/10 AVVO Rating, AVVO, 2011
    • Earned "Superb" 10.0/10 AVVO Rating, AVVO, 2010
    • Earned "Superb" 10.0/10 AVVO Rating, AVVO, 2009
    • Member, New Jersey State Bar Association Family Law Section Executive Committee, serving on both Alimony and General Procedures & Rules Subcommittees, and as CLE Coordinator/NJ ICLE Liaison. , 2009
    • In July of 2007, the New Jersey Lawyer recognized him as "a divorce mediation expert", New Jersey Lawyer, 2007
    • Romanowski was initially on the roster of approved Parenting Coordinators in all participating Pilot Program Counties; one of a very few non-mental health professionals to initially make the list, Parenting Coordinator, New Jersey Administrative Office of the Courts, 2007
    • Recognized as Blue Ribbon Early Settlement Program Panelist, Middlesex County Bar Association, 2006
    • On May 26, 2006, Romanowski addressed the New Jersey Supreme Court, advancing his thoughts and suggestions on Parenting Coordinators in New Jersey and the proposed Parenting Coordinator Rule of Court, 2006
    • Former Director of the Negotiation Project for the Center for Bargaining Research, Romanowski has been credited as one of the co-founders of the Collaborative Divorce concept, 1990
    • Earned "Superb" 10.0/10 AVVO Rating, AVVO, 201

    Special Licenses/Certifications:

    • Certification - Completed 50-hour supervised clinical internship in Divorce Mediation, conducted by the Institute for Dispute Resolution of New Jersey (formerly the Institute for Dispute Resolution of Seton Hall Law School); the Institute's seminar was recognized by the Administrative Office of the Courts of New Jersey, the New Jersey Association of Professional Mediators, and the Association for Conflict Resolution (formerly the Academy of Family Mediators), 1996
    • Certification - Completed an intensive 12-week training program provided by The Family Institute of New Jersey in Domestic Violence counseling, 1995
    • Certification - Completed 40-hour Divorce and Family Mediation Seminar conducted by the Institute for Dispute Resolution of New Jersey, 1995
    • Certification - Couple Communication™ (Interpersonal Communications, Inc./Sherod Miller, Ph.D., a noted innovator and expert in the field), 1992
    • Master Practitioner Certification - Neurolinguistic Programing/Ericksonian Hypnosis (Grinder-Delozier/John Grinder - Personally certified by NLP co-founder John Grinder, Ph.D. ), 1991
    • Advanced Competency Certification -  Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) (Otto Kroeger Associates/Otto Kroeger - Personally certified by Otto Kroeger, a giant in the field of Personality Type and best-selling author of many bedrock books in the field), 1989
    • Certification -  Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) (Otto Krueger Associates/Otto Krueger); fully qualified to administer the instrument and to provide feedback and analysis to clients regarding personality typology and temperament, 1988
    • Team Facilitator/Team Leader Training (Productivity Development Systems/PDS, Inc.), 1988
    • Certification - Advanced Performance Management (Aubrey Daniels Associates), 1987
    • Certification - Performance Management (Aubrey Daniels Associates), 1986
    • Leader Effectiveness Training (L.E.T./Dr. Thomas Gordon), 1986
    • Advanced Course on The Reid Technique of Interviewing and Interrogation
    • The Reid Technique of Interviewing and Interrogation

    Bar/Professional Activity:

    • Designated Regular Contributor, New Jersey Law Journal, 2015
    • Member - Board of Editors: Matrimonial Strategist Magazine, 2015
    • New Jersey State Bar Association - Dispute Resolution Section, 2015
    • Middlesex County Bar Association - Family Law Committee, 2015
    • New Jersey State Bar Association - LGBT Section, 2015
    • Member - Monmouth County Bar Association, 2015
    • Member - Middlesex County Assignment Judge's Family Lawyers' Committee, 2015
    • Member - Monmouth County Bar Association Family Law Committee, 2015
    • New Jersey State Bar Association - Family Law Section, 2015
    • Member - Middlesex County Assignment Judge's Family Lawyers' Committee, 2014
    • Member - Board of Editors: Matrimonial Strategist Magazine, 2014
    • Member - Monmouth County Bar Association, 2014
    • Member - Monmouth County Bar Association Family Law Committee, 2014
    • New Jersey State Bar Association - GLBT Section, 2014
    • Middlesex County Bar Association - Family Law Committee, 2014
    • New Jersey State Bar Association - Dispute Resolution Section, 2014
    • New Jersey State Bar Association - Family Law Section, 2014
    • Member, Family Law Executive Committee , New Jersey State Bar Association, Family Law Section, 2012
    • Member Executive Committee, Association of Family and Concilliation Courts, New Jersey Chapter, 2012
    • Member, Board of Governors, New Jersey Association for Justice, 2011
    • Member: Middlesex County Assignment Judge's Family Lawyers' Committee, 1996
    • Member, Alimony Subcommittee, Family Law Executive Committee, New Jersey State Bar Association, Family Law Section
    • Member, American Bar Association, Litigation Section
    • Member, American Bar Association, Dispute Resolution Section
    • Member, American Bar Association, Family Law Section
    • Member, American Bar Association
    • NJ ICLE Liaison, Family Law Executive Committee , New Jersey State Bar Association, Family Law Section
    • CLE Coordinator, Family Law Executive Committee , New Jersey State Bar Association, Family Law Section
    • Member, General Procedures & Rules Subcommittee, Family Law Executive Committee , New Jersey State Bar Association, Family Law Section
    • Member, Executive Committee, New Jersey State Bar Association, Internet and Computer Law Committee
    • Member, Editorial Advisory Board: Quality Matters, an internationally circulated monthly magazine dedicated to furthering development of Continuing Quality Improvement
    • Member, Association for Psychological Type
    • Member, American Arbitration Association
    • Member, National Association of Counsel for Children

    Pro bono/Community Service:

    • Matrimonial Early Settlement Program Panelist since 1996, 2015
    • Liaison to Committee on Judicial Education – NJ AFCC
    • Liaison to New Jersey Institute for Continuing Legal Education – NJ AFCC
    • Steering Committee – NJ AFCC
    • Executive Committee – NJ AFCC
    • Chairman – Program Committee – NJ AFCC

    Scholarly Lectures and Writings:

    Verdicts and Settlements:

    • Recently trusted as plaintiff’s attorney with one of the biggest divorces in New Jersey history, involving a marital estate in excess of $320,000,000.00, involving a greater than even distribution of marital assets to plaintiff, as well as a sizeable alimony award, 2013
    • Obtained complete custody reversal for client-father of 11-year-old child, at conclusion of extensive trial, where child had been in the sole residential custody of mother virtually since birth. Father now enjoys sole residential custody with visitation by mother, 2011
    • Obtained $6.2 Million Divorce Settlement, Middlesex County, New Jersey, in a Complex, Multi-Party Suit, 2007
    • Six year marriage. Evenly shared legal and residential custody of five-year-old son awarded to client father following three-day divorce trial, where wife's attorney was insisting upon sole legal and physical custody. Husband was ultimately designated as the parent of primary residence
    • Fourteen year marriage. Alimony and child support awarded to client wife at multi-day trial. Both parties were relatively young and wife was earning over 40% of the marital income
    • Nonmarital cohabitation relationship. Won 100% of home purchased in contemplation of marriage (which never occurred) for client father following multi-day trial, which was limited to the issues of entitlement to the home and child support. Our mid-trial request for legal briefing and argument regarding the partitioning of the home resulted in success
    • Ten year marriage. Successfully limited husband's alimony exposure to eight years at $1500 per month and one year at $1000 a month. Client husband earned $110,000 per year, while former wife was an unemployed full-time mother of three. Former wife's New Jersey divorce attorney insisted upon permanent or 16 years of limited duration alimony at $3500 per month going into trial, and failed. Additional parenting time for client father was also awarded
    • Ten year marriage. Client husband filed domestic violence complaint against wife during the pendency of New Jersey divorce and wife counterclaimed. Husband was awarded sole legal and physical custody of child
    • Ten year marriage. Husband made domestic violence complaint against client wife during the pendency of her New Jersey divorce. Successfully defended wife and obtained compensatory damages against husband for filing a frivolous claim
    • Ten year marriage. Permanent alimony and child support awarded to client wife at trial of hotly contested support issues. Wife was a young, able-bodied income earner and mother
    • Ten year marriage. Sole legal and physical custody of four-year-old son awarded to client father following ten day NJ custody trial. Consistently prevailed in related post-judgment litigation, which included New Jersey Appellate Division and New Jersey Supreme Court applications. Although client earned over $80,000 more than wife, successfully avoided any alimony award against him. In fact, former wife was ordered to pay child support. Case involved no less than six domestic violence complaints by former wife against client, all of which were successfully defended at multiple trials

    Other Outstanding Achievements:

    • Romanowski’s regularly featured professional advice column, "The Progressive Lawyer," appears in The Matrimonial Strategist, a nation-wide periodical published by Leader Publications, a division of American Lawyer Media Inc., 2015
    • Regular contributor to New Jersey Family Lawyer, 2015
    • Designated regular contributor to the pristigious New Jersey Law Journal, 2015
    • Represented Plaintiff in divorce action involving approximately $320 Million marital estate., 2013
    • Romanowski also writes a monthly column, "Persuasion," for NJ Esq., 2009

    Educational Background:

    • Advanced Clinical Practice Certified Divorce and Family Mediator Program - Institute for Dispute Resolution of New Jersey, 1996
    • Certified Divorce and Family Mediator - Completed 40-hour Divorce and Family Mediation Seminar conducted by the Institute for Dispute Resolution of New Jersey, 1995
    • Advanced Competency Certification in Use of the Extended Report - Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI), 1992
    • Certification - Couple Communication™ (Interpersonal Communications, Inc./Sherod Miller, Ph.D., a noted innovator and expert in the field), 1992
    • Master Practitioner Certification - Neurolinguistic Programing/Ericksonian Hypnosis (Grinder-Delozier/John Grinder - Personally certified by NLP co-founder John Grinder, Ph.D. ), 1991
    • Advanced Competency Certification -  Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) (Otto Kroeger Associates/Otto Kroeger - Personally certified by Otto Kroeger, a giant in the field of Personality Type and best-selling author of many bedrock books in the field), 1989
    • Certification -  Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) (Otto Krueger Associates/Otto Krueger); fully qualified to administer the instrument and to provide feedback and analysis to clients regarding personality typology and temperament, 1988
    • Team Facilitator/Team Leader Training (Productivity Development Systems/PDS, Inc.), 1988
    • Certification - Advanced Performance Management (Aubrey Daniels Associates), 1987
    • Certification - Performance Management (Aubrey Daniels Associates), 1986
    • Leader Effectiveness Training (L.E.T./Dr. Thomas Gordon), 1986
    • Legal Research Advisor to the Senior Military Judge, Hawaii Judicial Circuit, 1983
    • Grand Rounds, Radiology, Tripler Army Medical Center, 1983
    • Certified by American Heart Association as CPR Instructor Trainer, 1982
    • Special Assistant United States Attorney, Medical Litigation, Dual Appointment, 1982
    • Pre-Med, University of Hawaii, 1982
    • Pre-Med, Chaminade University, 1981
    • Trial Attorney, Naval Legal Service Office, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, 1980
    • Naval Justice School, 1980
    • Legal Externship, Lima State Hospital, 1979
    • Naval Officers' Indoctrination School, 1979
    • Juris Doctor, Ohio Northern University, 1979
    • Teaching Assistant, Evidence, 1978
    • Bachelor of Science, Personal Management & Economics, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, 1977
    • Advanced Course on The Reid Technique of Interviewing and Interrogation
    • The Reid Technique of Interviewing and Interrogation
    Office Location for Curtis J. Romanowski

    19 Eaton Place
    Ocean, NJ 07712

    Phone: 732-603-1576

     

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