Through Hard Times
Addressing the Needs of Family Law Clients
Haller Law is a family law boutique firm that is owned and operated by Jack Haller, a lawyer with over 16 years experience. Jack and his staff can provide legal services in English, French, or Spanish at their downtown office located at 720 Main Street in Moncton, New Brunswick (rear of the building next to the Delta Beausejour Hotel).
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I cannot recommend Jack’s services enough. He is extremely knowledgeable and responsive, and I was genuinely impressed by the quality of his services. He took the time and had me prepare my file and documents in a well-organized manner. He then explained the legal implications of my case in detail. I sensed that he genuinely cared and was trustworthy. Throughout the process, Jack provided expert service and was prompt, supportive.
On our first meeting Jack gave me more knowledge around family law than my previous lawyer had in over a year and multiple meetings. Jack has been more than willing to help with guidance and advice with family law. He’s extremely knowledgeable and astute. He’s been very fair to deal with. I highly recommend his services.
Father Son – Farming Forestry
Provided timely answers and solutions in a child’s support case interprovincial. Would recommend.
I would recommend him 100%. I received a fast and accurate information for child support. Even on weekend. Thanks Jack!
Jack Haller has been a lawyer in Moncton since 2004. His objective is to help clients resolve their legal issues, whether through negotiated settlements or through Family Court. Jack has over 16 years experience and has appeared in the Court of Queen's Bench of New Brunswick on numerous occasions.
Mr. Haller is a member of the following organizations: Canadian Bar Association, Law Society of New Brunswick, Director of the Multicultural Association of the Greater Moncton Area, Past Director of Support to Single Parents and Past President of the Multicultural Association of the Greater Moncton Area. He has been a speaker on family law for the Law Society of New Brunswick and has volunteered at the family law clinic at Support to Single Parents helping men and women with their legal issues and separation agreements. Jack is also the Alternate Chairperson of the New Brunswick Mental Health Review Board.
Jack enjoys spending his leisure time with his wife Nicole Druckman and their two children, Samuel and Joshua.