500 International Drive North, Suite 125
Mount Olive, NJ 07828
973.347.3347
973.347.5488  Fax
Real EstateProperty TaxEstate PlanningProbate & TrustDisability LawElder LawGuardianshipSocial SecurityImmigration

Norrie & Associates provides legal services in many areas of law, including:
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  • estate and tax planning,
  • probate and trust administration,
  • estate and trust litigation,
  • elder care and Medicaid,
  • Social Security disability,
  • long-term disability insurance,
  • guardianships and conservatorships,
  • immigration and naturalization,
  • real estate, and
  • property tax appeals.

The firm started as a solo general practice in 1995.  Our attorneys are admitted to practice law in New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania.

We hope that our clients will consider us to be their law firm and contact us first about any legal matter.  If we do not perform the work ourselves, we may be able to help you find someone who does.

We are located in Northern New Jersey, but we may be able to assist you even if you do not live in the area.  Our main office is located between Morris, Sussex and Warren County in Mount Olive, New Jersey.  Appointments are also available in Montclair, New Jersey.  If traveling is a problem, we may be able to meet with you in your home, a hospital, or we can make arrangements for a phone consultation.

Our main office is located in Mount Olive, New Jersey.  Appointments are also available in Montclair, New Jersey.
We primarily represent clients in North and Central New Jersey in the following counties: Bergen, Essex, Hudson, Middlesex, Morris, Passaic, Somerset, Sussex, Union, and Warren.
We accept credit cards and participate in various legal plans.
Contact us for more information at 973-347-3347 or info@norrielaw.com.  If your question is about the sale or purchase of real estate or a refinance, you can email us at realestate@norrielaw.com.
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