Victoria M. Dalton was nominated and selected by the Commission on Women and the Gloucester County branch of the American Association of University Women as the 2012 Women of the Year for her legal contributions within the Gloucester County community. She is the creator, editor, author and producer of Your Legal Corner (YLC), which was established to provide the general public with easy to understand articles about the law.
YLC first appeared in the South Jersey Times newspaper and online with NJ.com as a weekly column in August 2009. Presently, YLC also appears in the Sentinel newspaper and in the Foundation on Aging’s Renaissance magazine. In 2011, Your Legal Corner was a weekly television show. The goals of the show were similar to the articles: pointing you in the right direction by offering easy to understand legal/community information.
Ms. Dalton is a dedicated family/elder law attorney serving the Gloucester County area who believes the client and his or her needs are paramount.
Ms. Dalton began her legal career in 1992 as an advocate for victims of domestic violence and continues to support SERV, which provides services to victims of domestic violence in Gloucester County. She graduated from Widener School of Law in 2000 and was admitted to practice law in New Jersey, January 2001. After serving a clerkship in Family Court for the Honorable Walter L. Marshall, Victoria commenced her own practice in 2002 through 2007. Victoria then joined the law firm of Hofffman DiMuzio in 2007 with an emphasis on Elder law.
Presently, Ms. Dalton serves in the Hoffman DiMuzio client service/marketing department.
Professional & Community Involvement
- Gloucester County Bar Association 2002-2012
- New Jersey State Bar Association 2002-2005
- American Bar Association 2002-2005
- Screen Actors Guild since 1984
- Weekly Legal columnist for South Jersey Times, NJ.com, Sentinel and Quarterly writer for the Foundation on Aging “Renaissance magazine.
- Worked with the Gloucester County Domestic Violence Service Agency since 1992.
- Lecturer for People in Transition, Daughters of the Revolution as well as many other community organizations.
- Works with the Foundation on Aging, most recently participated in the 2015 Whitehouse Conference on Aging Forum on behalf of the State of New Jersey.
- Member of Compassionate Care
Awards and Recognitions
- 2012 Women of the Year for legal contributions in Gloucester County
Articles and Presentations
- Fox News commentator addressing a patient’s right to life in the case of Ruben Betancourt v. Trinitas Hospital.
- Elder Law/Guardianship
- Wills, Power Of Attorney And Living Wills
- Estate Planning/Administration
- Family Law
- Thomas Edison State College, B.A.
- Widener University School of Law, J.D., 2000