Cape May Estate Lawyers
Barry, Corrado, Grassi & Gillin-Schwartz provide the top educated Cape May estate lawyers. The attorneys at Barry, Corrado, Grassi & Gillin-Schwartz work diligently for their clients, parsing away challenges and then seeking the clearest pathway possible through the complexities that make up the regulations in place. They assists owners, developers, corporations and lenders with real estate transactions with all the inner workings of land use and development approval.
Serving as a Trustee for the New Jersey State Bar Association and is a Certified Civil Trial Attorney, Stephen W. Barry handles personal injury defense and estate disputes. Not only does he specialize in real estate, he also practices in commercial fishing and business. Under this umbrella, he concentrates his practices on maritime injuries, vessel collisions, and death cases.
Suzanne Pasley specializes in plaintiff personal injury litigation, estate litigation, and social security disability legalities. She received her degree, from Rutgers University School of Law, Camden. During her career in the legal field, she served to John F. Callinan as a law clerk. Previously she was an associate to Eisenstat, Gabage and Furman in Vineland and Rubins, Waldron & Barry in Wildwood. Pasley spent several years with her practice, and even worked as the middle school’s coach for their County Bar Mock Trial Program for several years
Chris Gillin-Schwartz practices in civil litigation, municipal and land use law, advises on residential and commercial real estate matters and criminal defense. He also serves as representative to private applicants before local land use boards in New Jersey. He takes great pride in being the most prepared and available advocate for his clients. Before joining the firm, Schwartz began his career as a litigator. He uses a methodical strategic oriented approach to his cases, utilizing a results driven approach. He serves as Solicitor to the Borough of West Cape May and the Sea Isle City Zoning Board
Justin D. Turner has lived in Cape May County for all of his life. He graduated from Villanova in 2009 with a B.A. in Psychology before going to Widener University School of Law. During his successful time at Widener he received the Pro Bono Distinction, Greenwatch Institute Award for contributions to practice Environmental Law and the Student Bar Association recognition of service Turner received his Juris Doctorate in 2014, along with a Certificate of Special Legal Studies in Environmental Law. He’s been admitted to practice in the State of New Jersey.
For legal advice from Cape May estate lawyers, contact them at:
2700 Pacific Avenue
Wildwood, NJ 08260
Phone: (609) 729-1333
Fax: (609) 522-492