About Timothy J. Shea, Esquire


Timothy J. Shea, Esquire is a committed counselor of law who
practices predominately within the fields of Immigration & Naturalization,
Criminal Defense, Municipal and Superior Court Practice (both Criminal and
Civil), Business and Corporate Administration, Appellate Practice and
Commercial and Residential Real Estate.

Mr. Shea graduated from the Seton Hall University School of
Law in the spring of 2005 and began work immediately at the reputable firm of
Levin, Shea & Pfeffer, P.A., where he learned from three gentlemen with a
combined experience with over 100 years as counselors-at-law.  Prior to that, Mr. Shea received his Bachelor of Arts with honors concentrated in the fields of English and Anthropology, with a minor in Music.  While at Levin, Shea & Pfeffer he focused
primarily on complex Criminal and Civil Litigation, Appellate Practice and
Commercial and Residential Real Estate and Land Use.

In the fall of 2010, Mr. Shea opened doors to his new firm
located right along the beautiful shores of Asbury Park, NJ.  It was here that he began to see the
landscape shifting in the surrounding areas and devoted the majority of his practice
to Immigration and Naturalization, Criminal Defense and Municipal Law. Since
then, he has remained steadfast in his advocacy for his clients as well as
harnessing a generous approach to all those who live and work in his community,
or, simply anyone who is in the need for sound advice.

Kindly feel free to click on any the areas of practice
identified below for more information, and always feel free to contact Mr. Shea
by email at shealawllc@optimum.net,
or by telephone at (732) 361-7333.

Please enjoy your time spent visiting our site, stay
positive and rest assured you are in the safest of hands at
Shea Law, LLC.



What we do

U.S. immigration law is a complex subject matter and there is much confusion as to how it works. The Immigration and Naturalization Act (INA) is the body of law governing current United States immigration policy and it is based upon the following principles: the reunification of families, admitting immigrants with skills that are valuable to the U.S. economy, protecting refugees, and promoting diversity. The current landscape in the United States is one where it is integral that the attorney be experienced and well versed with the nuances of it's ever changing laws and policy.