George M. Bloom is a specialist in residential and commercial real estate, commercial transactions, and estate planning document drafting and probate representation. He brings more than three decades of experience to his law practice and is admitted to the state bars of New Jersey and Florida.
As a residential real estate attorney, George has represented thousands of home buyers and sellers in Northern New Jersey. With a successful record of completing complex and difficult residential transactions, he is regularly recommended by knowledgeable local real estate brokers as an efficient attorney who takes a practical, common-sense approach to resolution of clients’ problems.
George is equally pragmatic and effective in providing legal services for clients engaged in commercial transactions, forming new businesses, or needing Will and related document drafting. He is consistently responsive and attentive to clients’ needs.
George is a graduate of Seton Hall Law School and received an M.B.A. from Northeastern University. He has served as an adjunct professor for Fairleigh Dickinson University’s Paralegal Program. For the past sixteen years, he and Paul J. Dillon, Esq., have been in private practice together.