Mark Wetter has practiced real estate, family law, and land use law for over 25 years in addition to representing community associations. Throughout his career, he has represented individuals, corporations, non-profits, landlords, tenants, buyers and sellers. Mark advises condominium and homeowner associations on effective management of properties, and handles all aspects of transition. He interprets governing documents, drafts contracts and offers practical advice that always keeps the best interests of the community in mind. He appears before land use boards to secure zoning, subdivision and site plan approvals.
Mark also represents parties in Family Court, Drug Court and Municipal Court matters. Assisting his clients through what is often the most difficult times of their lives, Mark represents individuals accused of possessing controlled dangerous substances or driving while intoxicated and also in divorce, custody, adoptions, support or guardianship applications. Mark has the skill and compassion necessary to present your case in the best possible light to achieve the best possible outcome.
Admitted to Practice: New Jersey State Courts and the United States District Court for the District of New Jersey.
Memberships: New Jersey and Somerset County Bar Association, Member of the New Jersey and National Chapter of the Community Association Institute (CAI), serving on a variety of committees such as Editorial, Membership; Director, New Jersey Apartment Association; Member of Legislative Committee, Associate Affairs Committee.
Education: J.D., Quinnipiac University (formerly University of Bridgeport) School of Law, 1986, B.A., Rutgers University, 1983