196 East Commerce Street
Bridgeton, NJ 08302
Lee Roth, is a 1962 Cornell law graduate, past President of the Hunterdon County Bar Association, and a past Trustee of the New Jersey State Bar Association. He has been chairman of the Real Property, Probate & Trust Law section of the New Jersey State Bar Association and serves as a permanent member of its governing board. Lee has also been a member of the Land Use and Banking Law Sections, and has been the chairman of the Specialization, Law Economics, and Public Relations committees of the New Jersey State Bar Association. Lee is a founding member of the New Jersey Association of Real Estate Attorneys He is an author and frequent speaker on topics of contract, land use, disputes, attorney review of real estate contracts, community affairs registration of development projects, and malpractice in the real estate lawyer and broker fields.
An entrepreneur himself, Lee has represented business owners and investors as a counselor and an advocate. He has obtained approvals for fast food restaurants, gas stations, telephone towers, supermarkets, and office buildings before local boards, state agencies, and through the courts in obtaining approval for use of property. Lee continues to represent clients who are buying and selling homes throughout New Jersey. Such closings and title transfers are a major part of his practice He has represented six of the largest residential projects in the Flemington area.
Lee has been a bank director. He serves as trustee of trusts and as executor of estates. He advises and assists executors and trustees in meeting their fiduciary duties and in carrying out their responsibilities. He has handled will and estate disputes, helped create, finance and transfer business interests, counseled owners in business breakups, and testifies as a recognized expert in legal malpractice and real estate broker malpractice cases.
On a personal note, Lee met Nancy, his wife, during their Freshman year at Oberlin College in Ohio. Nancy is a professional violinist and violin teacher. They have been married for more than 50 years, have two children and five grandchildren. They like to cook together. Lee played basketball in high school and lacrosse in college on an undefeated Midwest championship lacrosse team that beat Ohio State. He served three years as a volunteer assistant lacrosse coach at Hunterdon Central High School in Flemington. He was coeditor of his college yearbook. Lee is a photographer, a print and slide of the year winner of the Hunterdon Camera Club, a photography contest judge, and an adult school photography instructor. He photographed Governor Meyner's wedding for United Press while in college. He was the official photographer for eight years for the Flemington Agricultural Fair from the time of high school graduation. Lastly, but not least, Lee is an Eagle Scout who can still recite the laws of the Boy Scouts of America, the code of conduct that he believes in and lives by today.
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