Providing Quality Legal
Services Since 1969

About Us

Since its founding in 1969, Triarsi, Betancourt, Wukovits & Dugan has earned a reputation as a distinguished and highly respected firm noted for its ability to deliver quality legal services at a reasonable cost. At TBW&D we pride ourselves in the personal attention which we provide to our clients, many of whom have been with the firm since its founding.

You are invited to call or visit TBW&D, meet the principals, and consider our firm as your future legal representative.

Practice Areas

Triarsi, Betancourt, Wukovits & Dugan is a general practice, full-service law firm. While each attorney specializes in a particular area of the law, all of the attorneys at TBW&D have extensive experience in a wide range of legal areas and services. TBW&D’s vast knowledge and diversity allows us to meet the most complex legal needs of our clients in a practical and cost-effective way.

We invite you to review all TBW&D’s practice areas. If you do not see your particular needs listed, please do not hesitate to contact us to see if we can help.

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Blog Posts

THE BENEFITS OF HAVING A WILL IN NEW JERSEY

THE BENEFITS OF HAVING A WILL IN NEW JERSEY

In New Jersey, many people wait to prepare a Will or do not have a Will because they feel it is costly and/or unnecessary.  However, having a Will is an easy and straightforward process that can make sure your last wishes are followed and to protect your heirs.    ...

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NEW JERSEY DWI SENTENCING AND STATE V. LAURICK

NEW JERSEY DWI SENTENCING AND STATE V. LAURICK

When a person has multiple DWI convictions in the State of New Jersey, the penalties one faces includes incarceration.  If you have a prior DWI conviction and received a second, third, or subsequent DWI, you need to explore all of your defenses, including those...

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The Legal Insanity Defense in New Jersey

The Legal Insanity Defense in New Jersey

There are plenty of naysayers out there relative to the insanity or temporary insanity defense, but thankfully, in New Jersey, our courts do recognize the so-called M’Naghten insanity defense (or M’Naghten rule), and the defendant may be found “not guilty by reason of...

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