Ms. Riordan is a persistent litigator focusing her career on family law
matters, including custody, divorce, appeals, support and domestic violence.
Ms. Riordan brings a unique perspective to family law issues. Her philosophy
is to provide her clients with not only excellent representation, but
to also provide them with the tools they will need to successfully move
forward with their lives. Ms. Riordan’s clients range from the simplest
of mediations to the most complex matters involving high assets and high
conflict. Ms. Riordan is sensitive to her client’s issues while
dedicated to aggressively advocating for their interests.
Ms. Riordan graduated from Seton Hall University, with a Bachelor’s
degree in English Literature and minors in Psychology and Criminal Justice.
Ms. Riordan graduated from Oklahoma City University School of Law with a
juris doctorate degree. In law school, Ms. Riordan was a member of Moot Court Board. She
is admitted to practice in New Jersey, the U.S. District Court for the
District of New Jersey and the Supreme Court of the United States of America.
From June of 2000 to October of 2001, Ms. Riordan was employed as an associate
attorney with the firm of Boffa, Shaljian, Cammarata & O’Connor
in Jersey City, New Jersey, where she gained extensive experience, including
litigation, family law matters, foreclosures and bankruptcy. From October
of 2001 to July of 2006, Ms. Riordan was employed with the firm of Einhorn,
Harris, Ascher, Barbarito, Frost & Ironson, P.C., devoting her time
exclusively to divorce, custody, alimony, parenting time, child support
and domestic violence matters, including extensive motion practice, trial
advocacy and appellate practice. From July of 2006 to the present, Ms.
Riordan joined Ms. Veres and formed the firm Veres & Riordan, LLC.
She has continued to devote her time in the ongoing practice of family
law, as a senior partner with the firm.