Attorney Profile

Berge Tumaian, Esquire

Awards & Honors

– 2011 Burlington County Bar Association Professional Lawyer of the Year
– Former Master Emeritus Member and former Executive Committee Member – Thomas S. Forkin American Inn of Court
– 2005 Associate of the Year – Thomas S. Forkin American Inn of Court

Practice Areas

Family Law; Divorce; Real Estate; Wills; Trusts and Estates; Traffic Violations; Alimony; Divorce Mediation; Domestic Violence; Expungement; Equitable Distribution; Marital Property Settlements; Name Changes; No Fault Divorce; Post Divorce Modification; Premarital Agreements; Qualified Domestic Relations Orders (QDROs); Restraining Orders; Spousal Support; Uncontested Divorce; Legal Separation Agreements; Marital Agreements; Living Wills; Driver’s License Suspension; Independent Adoptions; Child Support, and alimony.


– 2002, State of New Jersey and U.S. District Court, District of New Jersey;
– 2003 U.S. Court of Appeals, Third Circuit; and
– 2006 United States Supreme Court.


– Villanova University, B.S.E.E.;
– La Salle University, M.B.A.; and
– Widener University, J.D.


Former Master Member, and between 2005-2010 and 2012-2014 Chair of the Membership Committee and Executive Committee Member of the Thomas S. Forkin American Inn of Court. Trained by Burlington County Superior Court System as volunteer mediator for Burlington County Municipal Courts. Berge Tumaian has appeared on the television program “Legally Speaking.”


– Romanian and Armenian