Belleville, New Jersey
McLaughlin & Nardi’s New Jersey attorneys handle a wide range of legal matters for the people and businesses of Belleville, New Jersey.Legal Services
We appear in Belleville Municipal Court for traffic violations, local ordinance disputes and criminal matters.
In Superior Court, our Belleville attorneys handle labor and employment litigation, landlord tenant cases including evictions and rent disputes, Belleville expungements of arrests and criminal convictions, Belleville contractor disputes, consumer fraud, commercial litigation, civil rights suits, consumer fraud, construction litigation, estate litigation, probate matters, personal injury suits, and commercial and residential real estate litigation.
Our New Jersey attorneys handle Belleville real estate closings, estate planning and administration, elder law, Belleville property tax appeals, drafting wills and living wills, Belleville bankruptcies, foreclosure defense and zoning issues.
Legal issues are handled in a variety of venues. The Belleville Municipal Court handles traffic violations, drunk driving, violations of municipal ordinances and minor criminal matters. The New Jersey Superior Court in Newark handles more serious matters, including civil lawsuits, Belleville expungements, landlord/tenant issues, and family law disputes. The United States Bankruptcy Court in Newark hears Belleville bankruptcies. The United States District Court for the District of New Jersey in Newark hears federal cases and state cases removed there on procedural grounds. The Belleville Planning and Zoning Boards handle land use and zoning issues. The Essex Tax Board of Appeals hears Belleville property tax appeals. The Essex County Construction Board of Appeals hears appeals on Belleville Building Department violations.About Belleville, New Jersey
Bellville, a township of 35,926 people, sits in northeastern Essex County on the western bank of the Passaic River. Bellville derives from the French belle ville, meaning literally “beautiful town.” Belleville was formed in 1839. More than one in ten Bellville residents served in World War II, and Bellville had sixty plants helping the war effort. Clara Maass Memorial Hospital is located in Bellville atop "Nanny Goat Hill" overlooking Branch Brook Park. Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons began their career in Belleville. Other notable residents at one time or another include singer Connie Francis, Pulitzer prize winning author Russell Baker, singer Sarah Vaughan, actor Joe Pesci, and major league catcher Moe Berg who was also a spy for the CIA predecessor Office of Strategic Services during World War II (Casey Stengel called Berg “the strangest man ever to play baseball").Contact Our Belleville Attorneys
To learn more about what our New Jersey attorneys can do to help, please e-mail us or contact one of our Belleville lawyers at (973) 890-0004.