Family Law & Divorce Attorney

Corrine E. Cooke is a Shareholder and a member of Stark & Stark’s Family Law & Divorce Group. Ms. Cooke concentrates her practice on divorce proceedings, including custody, alimony, child support, and equitable distribution. She also drafts prenuptial agreements and handles post-judgment litigation including modification applications, emancipation applications, complex custody disputes, college contribution applications, and domestic violence matters. Prior to joining Stark & Stark, Ms. Cooke was a law clerk to The Honorable Michael J. Haas, J.S.C., in the Family Part of Burlington County Superior Court where she researched and assisted in the drafting of tentative decisions, organized and reviewed pending motions, and verified procedural compliance with court rules. Ms. Cooke has been trained by the Administrative Offices of the Courts of New Jersey in Mediation and Conciliation Skills. She is also trained in collaborative divorce. Ms. Cooke has lectured at the annual New Jersey Association for Justice’s Boardwalk Support Staff Seminar for over five years. Additionally, she has lectured at seminars for the Mercer County Bar Association and at various community events. Ms. Cooke has also been chosen to serve as an Early Settlement Panelist in both Mercer and Burlington counties. Ms. Cooke is the Chair and member of Stark & Stark’s Women’s Initiative. She is also a frequent contributor to the New Jersey Law Blog.

Bar Admissions

  • 2008 State Bar of Pennsylvania
  • 2007 State Bar of New Jersey


Villanova University School of Law, 299 N Spring Mill Rd, Villanova, PA 19085
JD - Juris Doctor - N/A
Legal Resources
What to Expect When You’re Divorcing: The Initial Consultation
January 19, 2018 - Corrine Cooke

Divorce can be an extremely stressful experience, but often the best way to stay calm is by preparing yourself with as much information as possible.

Tri-Parenting Arrangements and Custody
January 19, 2018 - Corrine Cooke

Changing social norms and biological advances in reproductive technology have changed the face of the family, in turn creating legal consequences and implications.

Will the Judge Listen to My Child’s Preferences When Deciding Custody?
January 19, 2018 - Corrine Cooke

Divorcing parents often ask whether a judge listen to a child’s preference in a custody dispute. The answer is maybe – it depends on many factors, including the age of the child.


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