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Who we are

Monica Madin, Esq.

Monica Madin practices in various areas and is licensed in New Jersey, New York and Massachusetts. Over the years, she has represented hundreds of clients in numerous courts in areas such as immigration, real estate, personal injury, workers compensation, debt relief and collections, criminal law and various traffic matters.
Currently, Monica is a Municipal Prosecutor for the Township of Parsippany, Rockaway Borough and Morris Township in Morris County, New Jersey. As prosecutor, Monica Madin is responsible for the prosecution of individuals charged with non-indictable offenses in Parsippany and Rockaway Borough, ranging from ordinance violations, truancy, gaming and fishing violations, traffic infractions-moving and nonmoving violations, DWI/DUI, domestic violence and disorderly conduct matters, to name a few.
Monica is a member of the Morris County Bar Association and the New Jersey State Bar Association, the New Jersey State Municipal Prosecutors Association, Morris County Bar Association, the Kiwanis Club and the Chambers of Commerce.

Khaled Madin, Esq.

Khaled Madin practices in the areas of real estate, wills, trusts, estate planning and administration, municipal law, administrative law and criminal law. Khaled is licensed to practice in New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania.
Currently, Khaled is the Muncipal Clerk for Parsippany-Troy Hills. This role has provided him with experience in municipal matters, including but not limited to: ordinance violations, matters involving the Open Public Records Act (OPRA), matters involving Open Public Meetings Act (OPMA), licensing matters including liquor licensing, traffic infractions, to name a few.
Khaled’s former role as Executive Director with the New Jersey Attorney General’s Office managing the following four boards: Board of Accountancy, Board of Mortuary Science, Board of Court Reporting and the Cemetery Board and the oversight of approximately 50,000 licenses combined. This provided Khaled with a unique perspective in administrative law and a thorough understanding of what it takes to navigate the channels of state government law and policy.