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Immigration | Family Law | Wills & Estate

We aim to provide the most effective, unique and efficient solution to your legal problem. We make raving fans out of our clients through our ability to listen, understand and resolve.


Saba Husain graduated with Honors from the Western Michigan Cooley Law School in 2007. After graduation, she worked as a Staff Attorney at Central Jersey Legal Services in Trenton for three years. In 2010, she started her own practice, Saba Law, LLC and dedicated her career to Family and immigration matters.  Saba speaks and understands Urdu and Hindi.

Saba Husain is passionate about helping victims of abuse. She is a volunteer attorney at the BWLAP (Battered Women’s Legal Advocacy Program) and offers pro-bono representation on a regular basis. 

She has a history of winning cases at a final restraining order hearing. She also succeeded on VAWA applications (Violence Against Women Act), as well as Special Immigrant Juvenile applications throughout the State of New Jersey.

Saba’s work as a Pool Attorney for the Office of Parental representation is an outreach effort to help clients who cannot afford to hire a lawyer to defend the allegations of child abuse against them. These allegations are filed by the DCCP (Department of Child Protection and Permanency). Working as a Pool Attorney, Saba has gained the insight and ability to defend clients with child abuse allegations, across the State of New Jersey.



Without a doubt, the most precious assets of your marriage are your children. That is why, we strive to work out the best possible arrangement for custody and child support. Our firm has won cases for out-of-state relocation, which is often a very complicated and delicate matter. 

Divorce can be painful and emotionally draining. You need an attorney who protects your rights, while understanding the emotional strain that accompanies the process of divorce. We take on these issues on your behalf, so that you can have the peace of mind that you need. Rest assured, you will get the help you need to find a solution that works best for you. Each case is different, so we take the time to understand each case and help resolve each individual issue under those particular set of circumstances.



Immediately after starting her practice, attorney Saba Husain realized that a lot of her clients wanted very specific faith based living Wills. Although some religious organizations provide a form will based on religious requirements, do these  form wills pass muster in a state court? Not always.

That is why attorney Saba Husain collaborated with attorney Robert Bernstein,  whose primary focus is Wills and Estates, to come up with solutions for each individual case. The result was a  New Jersey living will based on religious requirements. Problem solved!


Immigration law is being constantly updated, changed and revised. Often, our immigrant clients have no idea what rights they have under the law, and what defenses they could seek. In the current uncertain immigration environment, we fight to defend the rights of our clients. Saba Husain handles Family immigration matters and frequently teams up with co-counsel Brian D. O’Neill for complex immigration defense. 

Your situation is unique. That is why we offer creative solutions to all your Family and Immigration matters.

Of Counsel

Brian O'Neill


Brian D. O'Neill is a highly experienced attorney celebrating nearly 40 years as a member of the New Jersey and Pennsylvania Bars.  In 1971 he graduated from the University of Maryland with High Honors and a B.A. degree in Government & Politics. After service in the U.S. Navy from 1971 to 1974, he attended Rutgers-Camden School of Law, where he was on the Editorial Board of the Rutgers-Camden Law Journal.  He obtained his J.D. Degree with Honors in 1977.

Brian O’Neill first worked as a litigator with Rawle & Henderson, a well-known firm in Philadelphia. In 1980, he joined the legal staff of Curtiss-Wright Corporation in northern New Jersey, where he quickly mastered defense procurement law, contract law and employment law, and became the chief legal officer of the Company in 1999.


In 2001 Brian O'Neill left corporate life and began a private practice that combines business, employment and immigration law. He is now a highly respected immigration advocate.  He has proved time and again that he can handle difficult, life-and-death cases that go far beyond routine immigration applications. 


Brian O’Neill’s immigration practice covers virtually all areas of this complex field of the law.  He and his Of Counsel team handle complex asylum and family immigration matters, waivers, immigration criminal consequences issues, defenses to removal in immigration court, Special Immigrant Juvenile matters, business immigration and naturalization matters.  He also handles employment claims and commercial cases.


Brian O’Neill is an active member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association, New Jersey Chapter; the National Employment Lawyers Association, New Jersey Chapter; and the New Jersey Bar Association. 

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