Christina Atallah, Esq.
Ms. Atallah graduated from the University of West Virginia in 2005, where she earned a bachelor’s degree in Political Science. She then earned her J.D. from Western Michigan University Thomas M. Cooley Law School in 2008.
From 2008-2014, Ms. Atallah worked as a private practitioner, handling primarily matrimonial and civil litigation. In 2014, Ms. Atallah joined the Middlesex County Prosecutor’s Office. During part of her tenure as an Assistant Prosecutor she was assigned to the Special Investigations Unit where she handled the prosecution of a myriad of “white-collar” crimes, including official misconduct, embezzlement, forgery, insurance fraud, money laundering, embezzlement of public funds, and bribery. Mrs. Atallah was further responsible for providing local law enforcement with on scene legal counsel including charging advice and assistance with search warrants. She also handled the prosecution of violent crimes, drug charges, and weapons offenses.
During her time as an Assistant Prosecutor, Mrs. Atallah was also responsible for managing and litigating civil asset forfeiture lawsuits on behalf of the State of New Jersey and further handled all expungement applications on behalf of the Middlesex County Prosecutor’s Office. She has instructed Continuing Legal Education courses in the areas of Expungement and Civil Forfeiture Law, and has participated in her capacity as an Assistant Prosecutor and private practitioner as a panelist/host of a number of expungement seminars and workshops throughout New Jersey.
She joined the office of Cores & Associates in 2020 where she currently practices Matrimonial and Criminal law including expungements and civil asset forfeiture.