Christina Fulton

last updated 12/15/2017

Christina M. Fulton

Attorney at Musulin Law Firm LLC

135 High Street, Mount Holly, New Jersey, United States
HQ Phone:
(609) 267-0070

General Information


Panelist for the Program - MESP


The College of New Jersey

Bachelor of Arts - English and Secondary Education , 

Juris DoctorRutgers University School of Law

Recent News  

Important New developments In New Jersey Family Law | Musulin Law Firm, LLC | Burlington County, New Jersey

Christina M. Fulton, Esquire
By: Divorce and Family Law Attorney Christina M. Fulton, Esquire. Associate Attorney of Musulin Law Firm, LLC Christina M. Fulton, Esquire. is an Associate Attorney with Musulin Law Firm, LLC. A former English teacher, she now handles matters of divorce, custody, parenting time, child support and domestic violence. She is a graduate of The College of New Jersey and Rutgers University School of Law, and a member of the Burlington County, New Jersey State and American Bar Associations. She has also served as a judicial law clerk in the Family Division of the Superior Court of Burlington County.

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In The News | Musulin Law Firm, LLC | Burlington County, New Jersey

Christina M. Fulton, Esquire
Christina Fulton has been appointed by the New Jersey Supreme Court to serve on the District IIIB Ethics Committee for a four-year term. As an attorney member of the Committee, Ms. Fulton will investigate ethics grievances to determine the facts and law surrounding the grievance. What is happening in May 2017 at Musulin Law Firm? Congratulations to our attorney Christina M. Fulton, Esq., in recognition of successful completion of the New Jersey State Bar Association 2017 Leadership Academy Curriculum. Musulin Law Firm Attorney Christina M. Fulton, Esquire, has just been selected as a Fellow of the 2016 Leadership Academy of the New Jersey State Bar Association due to her outstanding qualifications. Only 10 lawyers were selected to take part in this Leadership class. Our lawyers at Musulin Law Firm believe that in order to be the best at one's profession, it is very important to constantly re-educate and challenge oneself as a professional. Congratulations to Christina Fulton. Christina M. Fulton, Esquire., is going to help oversee the administration of the New Jersey State Bar Examination and the Multistate Bar Examination (MBE) on July 30-31, 2014, for law school graduates hoping to become licensed to practice law in the state of New Jersey. June 2011 News for Musulin Law Firm, LLC: Christopher R. Musulin, Esquire and Christina M. Fulton, Esquire (Associate Attorney), have co-authored The Use of Protective Orders in Matrimonial Litigation, which has been published in the New Jersey Family Lawyer, New Jersey State Bar Association, Volume 31, Number 6, June 2011 Christopher Musulin, Esquire and Christina Fulton, Esquire. co-authored and submitted for publication to the New Jersey Family Lawyer, a comprehensive article on the use of Protective Orders in matrimonial matters.

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Christina M. Fulton, Esquire | Musulin Law Firm, LLC | Burlington County, New Jersey

Christina M. Fulton, Esquire
Christina M. Fulton, Esquire Christina M. Fulton Esquire Associate Christina M. Fulton, Esquire, joined Musulin Law Firm, LLC in 2009, and immediately became an integral part of the firm as an Associate Attorney. She is what one would term a "dual professional," having both a Juris Doctor and a Bachelor of Arts in English and Secondary Education. Ms. Fulton is admitted to the bars of the State of New Jersey, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and the US District Court for the District of New Jersey. Upon graduating from law school, rather than going straight into private practice, she did a postdoctoral year as a Judicial Law Clerk to the Honorable Susan L. Claypoole, J.S.C. in the Family Division of the Burlington County Superior Court. This experience not only provided her with practical knowledge about the workings of the family court but also the opportunity to view family matters from the perspective of the judges who adjudicate them. Ms. Fulton received her Juris Doctor from the Rutgers University School of Law in Camden, New Jersey, and while there, ranked in the top 6% of competitors in the Hunter Moot Court competition. She also excelled academically, receiving academic honors for 2005-2006 and 2007-2008. In practice, she serves as a Panelist for the MESP Program in Burlington County, and is a member of the Burlington County Bar Association, New Jersey State Bar Association, and the American Bar Association. At the local level, she participates in the Burlington County Bench/Bar Committee, working together with attorneys, judges and court staff to improve the Court system. Before acquiring her Juris Doctor, Ms. Fulton worked as a full-time English teacher for Eastern Camden County Regional School District. As a teacher, she was exposed to the psychology of teenagers and learned a great deal about American families and parenting. Always striving for excellence, she created a character education course for high school students based on The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People by Stephen R. Covey. This course went on to win an award for Best Practices in Education from the State of New Jersey. Ms. Fulton uses the knowledge and perspective she gained as a teacher in her law practice. Her teaching background, coupled with her degrees in law and English, enhance Ms. Fulton's abilities to write and argue persuasively before the Court, as well as to interact with people on a personal level. She has a history of involvement in service activities, including acting as an advisor for Key Club International and participating in the Kiwanis Service Leadership Program. This dedication to helping others led her to participate in a study tour in South Africa to address issues plaguing education. As a lawyer, Ms. Fulton is continuing her service to the community by acting as a member of the Kids Count subcommittee with the goal of developing ways to assist children whose parents are involved in divorce. Ms. Fulton was born and raised in South Jersey, and lives in Burlington County with her husband and two children.

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