Aaron S. Liller has been practicing law since 2010. He has his Bachelors of Science in Political Science with minors of Pre-Law and Paralegal Studies from Montclair State University and his law degree from Widener University. In the course of his studies, he also served as an extern for the U.S. Department of Justice.
Mr. Liller specializes in the following areas of law: Commercial and Residential Real Estate, Traffic, and Criminal. He decided to focus on Real Estate Law in New Jersey because it has always interested him. When asked about it, Mr. Liller said:
“Whether for investment or personal need, for most people real property is the greatest asset they acquire in their life. I enjoy being the person to make sure that asset is protected.”
Aaron is a resident of Belmar, NJ. He strives to create a personal relationship with all of his clients, no matter the complexity of the case. He approaches each client with the mindset of making them a client for life.
He is admitted to the bar of the Supreme Court of New Jersey and the Federal 3rd Circuit. Mr. Liller is also a member of the New Jersey Bar Association as well as the Monmouth and Burlington County Bar Associations.
Mario Zapicchi has been practicing law since 2010. He has his Bachelors of Science in Finance and his M.B.A. in Business Administration from Philadelphia University; he has his law degree from Widener University. During the course of his studies, he served as a law clerk for AXA-Advisors Karr Barth Associates and DFG Financial Group. This year he has been awarded the Super Lawyers 2015 New Jersey Rising Stars.
Mr. Zapicchi specializes in the following areas of law: Family and Divorce, Criminal Defense, Traffic, and Wills. He chose to become an attorney because he enjoys helping people who may find themselves in a difficult situation. Working closely with the client to navigate through a tough time and successfully achieving the desired outcome is what Mario enjoys most about what he does.
It is his belief that you must treat every client as your most important client. Speaking on his personal philosophy, Mr. Zapicchi said:
“Building trust between yourself and the client is important in every representation. Specifically regarding the drafting of Wills and Power of Attorneys, it is important to be very understanding and appreciate the topic you are discussing. Most people do not like discussing their mortality and planning for the ‘what if’ situation. You have to respect the emotions your client may have and make them feel comfortable from start to finish.”
He is licensed to practice law in both New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Mr. Zapicchi is admitted to the New Jersey and Pennsylvania Bar Associations, as well as the Burlington County Bar Association.