Neethi Vasudevan, Esq.
Neethi appreciates that a divorce is a difficult period in a client’s life and the stress of a divorce is often compounded by confusion about the divorce process and court system. Neethi helps clients navigate the divorce process and court system by keeping them informed about each step in the process and how the law applies to the facts of their individual cases.
Neethi’s practice is focused solely on family law and she has experience with a range of issues including, enforcement of prior court orders, calculating and modifying child support, custody and parenting time disputes, domestic violence restraining orders, as well as emergency applications known as orders to show cause.
Neethi is admitted to the bar in the State of New Jersey.
Neethi is also an active member of the Women’s Divorce Alliance, which aims to engage, educate and empower women going through divorce and assist them to better navigate the process. The Women’s Divorce Alliance also helps connect women to skilled female professionals who may be needed throughout the divorce process such as therapists and accountants.
For the 2018-2019 court term, Neethi was the law clerk to the Presiding Judge of the Mercer County Family Part, the Honorable Catherine Fitzpatrick, P.J.F.P. As a law clerk in the Family Part, Neethi learned the inner workings of the court system and gained a deep understanding of how the judges in the Mercer County Family Part interpret and apply the law. When she was a law clerk, Neethi was responsible for reading pleadings, drafting orders, calculating child support obligations and addressing a variety of other family law issues.
Neethi graduated from The College of New Jersey with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in International Studies in 2015 and graduated from The American University Washington College of Law in 2018.
While she was in law school, Neethi interned for the Asian Pacific American Legal Resource Center where she interviewed potential clients, and researched legal issues on various family law matters. She also served as a student attorney in the American University Washington College of Law’s International Human Rights Law Clinic. During her final year in law school, Neethi was recognized for completing the American University Washington College of Law’s Pro Bono Honors Pledge in the category of Exceptional Pro Bono Service.
Neethi lives in Princeton, New Jersey. She speaks fluent Tamil and enjoys travelling, reading and learning new languages.