Stacey A. Cozewith


Family Law


Stacey A. Cozewith is a partner at Sarno da Costa D’Aniello Maceri LLC and concentrates her practice on matters related to family law. Stacey strongly advocates for her clients, offering her expertise through a unique balance of compassion and tenacity.

Stacey’s extensive experience includes serving as a judicial law clerk to the Honorable Thomas H. Dilts, Presiding Judge Family Part, Somerset County, from September 2004 through August 2005. She also was a member of the Hopkins Organization for Programming from 1998 to 2001, ultimately serving as director. Stacey has also interned at the White House.

In her time away from the firm, Stacey enjoys traveling, running, and spending time with friends and family. She and her husband, Jason, have three children.


Bar Admissions

  • New Jersey
  • New York
  • U.S. District Court, District of New Jersey


  • Supreme Court of New Jersey Certified Matrimonial Attorney


  • Rutgers University School of Law, J.D., 2004
  • The Johns Hopkins University, B.A., Political Science, 2001


  • New Jersey State Bar Association
  • Essex County Bar Association
  • Somerset County Bar Association
  • Somerset County Bar Foundation, Former Chair
  • Morris County Bar Association


  • Family Law, New Jersey Supreme Court Year in Review, 2006-2011
  • Minkowitz v. Israeli: Can You Mediate and Later Arbitrate a Case with the Same Neutral?, NJFL, 2014

Community Involvement

  • Children’s Hope Initiative of the Friends of Somerset County Youth, Board Member
  • Pine Brook Jewish Center, Volunteer
  • Somerset County Bar Foundation, Volunteer
  • House of Ruth Domestic Violence Legal Services Clinic, Volunteer Caseworker

Press Mentions

  • RVNTV, Legal Breakdown, January 29, 2022

Honors & Accolades

Stacey has been recognized by the following:

  • The Best Lawyers in America® (Woodward/White, Inc.)
    • Family Law: 2020-2024
  • Thomson Reuters, Super Lawyers®
    • New Jersey Super Lawyers: 2021-2023
    • New Jersey Rising Stars: 2009-2013, 2015-2019

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