November 23, 2015
On January 1, 2015 Ansell Grimm & Aaron, PC (“AGA”) expanded by opening its first office in Princeton, New Jersey in the prestigious Carnegie Center. AGA is now making a permanent home in Carnegie Center, with its move of its Princeton office to 214 Carnegie Center, Suite 112, Princeton, New Jersey. The new location is open for business on Monday, November 23, 2015.
The office that housed AGA since January 1st was opened for the acquisition of a group of attorneys from an International law firm who represent condominium, cooperative, and homeowners’ associations. Prominent homeowners’ association attorneys including Elysa Bergenfeld, Richard Linderman, Mark Wiechnik, Breanne DeRaps and Stacey Patterson led by Chair, David Byrne, joined the Princeton office to kick off 2015. Since January, AGA has grown its Princeton office to service corporate, banking and individual clients. New practice areas include real estate, creditors’ rights, bankruptcy, copyright, trademark and general litigation with the addition of attorney Pam Mulligan. In addition, Mercer, Burlington and Middlesex County clients benefit from AGA’s convenient Carnegie Center location as they can meet with AGA attorneys from any of our five offices in Princeton. The office is just minutes away from Princeton University and the Princeton Junction train station which has train service from major metropolitan areas including New York City and Philadelphia.
In its more than 85 years AGA, based in Ocean, New Jersey, has grown to represent clients throughout the tristate area via offices in Woodland Park, New Jersey, White Plains, New York, Princeton, and Newtown, Pennsylvania. AGA attorneys are dedicated to providing excellent legal representation by providing zealous advocacy and skilled legal advise to our diverse clientele. AGA attorneys all practice with a common philosophy, Commitment to Excellence and Commitment to People.