Robert F. Morris | Stark & Stark – Attorneys at Law
Robert F. Morris is a Shareholder in the Trusts & Estates Group of Stark & Stark. Mr. Morris’ practice focuses on the areas of estate planning, wills, trusts, and probate. Mr. Morris has substantial experience in drafting sophisticated estate planning documents including complex wills, insurance trusts, personal residence trusts, and grantor trusts. He provides counsel to both fiduciaries and beneficiaries in all aspects of trust, probate, and estate administration, including the litigation of contested estates and trusts.
Mr. Morris’ estate planning practice also includes business succession planning, partnership agreements, and limited liability operating agreements. His real estate practice focuses upon contracts and leases for real property, particularly as they relate to estate planning issues.
Mr. Morris is the founder and current chair of the Mercer County Bar Association, Estate Planning & Probate Committee. He is a frequent lecturer on estate planning and probate issues at civic and Bar organizations. For four years following law school, Mr. Morris served in the U.S. Army Judge Advocate General’s Corps and was assigned to the Army Armor Center, Fort Knox, Kentucky.
Paul Norris| Stark & Stark – Attorneys at Law
Paul Norris areas of practice generally include: Construction Litigation; Probate Litigation; Commercial Litigation; and Criminal and Municipal Court representation. Mr. Norris has an extensive Probate Litigation practice, which involves either defending or initiating Will contests on behalf of beneficiaries and purported beneficiaries of an Estate as well as related litigation concerning guardianship proceedings, applications to remove executors, or issues with the improper utilization of a power of attorney.
Mr. Norris also represents clients in all aspects of complex Commercial Litigation. He has successfully defended and prosecuted contractual claims which have varied in their complexity, as well as complex franchise claims under the New Jersey franchise Practices Act. Further, Mr. Norris regularly litigates contractual disputes between corporate entities in both State and Federal Court.