Radom & Wetter Attorneys Celebrate 25 Years of Counsel with New Office Expansion in Warren County, NJ

Radom and Wetter Blairstown Office

New office expansion enables Radom & Wetter to accelerate market expansion with a focus on real estate, municipal court, family law, wills, estates, trusts, landlord-tenant, and Community Association law.

Blairstown, NJ – Radom & Wetter Attorneys at Law is pleased to announce the opening of a new office at 23 Main Street, Blairstown, NJ. The office will enhance the firm’s offerings, with focus on real estate, municipal court, family law, wills, estates, trusts, landlord-tenant, and community association law across Warren and Sussex Counties.

Says Radom & Wetter Principal, Susan J. Radom, Esq., “The decision to expand our presence into the Blairstown area is a logical step in our business growth strategy, as it allows us to better provide legal representation for clients in Warren and Sussex Counties.”

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Celebrating 25 years in 2020, the legal firm Radom & Wetter has served Somerset County and South Jersey through the Bridgewater office since 1995, and Morris County with the Morristown office since 2018.

The Blairstown Radom & Wetter office is staffed by the Radom & Wetter team, including Vanessa S.L. Nixon, Esq., who grew up in Frelinghuysen, NJ and graduated from North Warren Regional High School.

Says Radom & Wetter Principal, Mark A. Wetter, Esq., “We’re excited about the potential of our new Blairstown offices and the new relationships we are forging with local people and businesses.”

About Radom & Wetter

The lawyers of Radom & Wetter are top New Jersey attorneys providing counsel for community association law, business law, and personal law. The team’s combined experience and collaborative approach affords clients exceptional service throughout New Jersey. Radom & Wetter can be reached by calling (908) 707-1500 or https://radomandwetter.com.


This information should not be considered legal advice and is not intended as a substitute for consultation with an attorney. No aspect of this advertisement has been approved by the Supreme Court of New Jersey.

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