A Law Firm for

Entrepreneurs

RATED AV ATTORNEY

BY MARTINDALE-HUBBELL

'LAWYER OF THE YEAR'

HUNTERDON COUNTY BAR ASSOCIATION – 2010

WELCOME TO KILCOMMONS LAW

Kilcommons Law represents small to medium sized businesses, as well as residential and commercial property interests. Kevin Kilcommons’ abilities have been recognized by the awarding of the highest peer rating by Martindale-Hubbell (AV), and by the acknowledgement of the Hunterdon County Bar Association (“Professional Attorney of the Year” 2010).

These honors underscore the fact that Kevin enjoys the practice of law and cares deeply about protecting and advocating his clients’ best interests.

Kevin has represented business clients in the following fields: health and beauty; medical; manufacturing distribution; construction; food; self-directed IRA trust; commercial landscaping; commercial real estate; and student athletics.

Moreover, the Firm represents residential home buyers and sellers, and commercial real estate investors. Kevin is skilled in keeping the closing process moving smoothly. By communicating effectively with all critical parties involved in the transaction, his goal is to bring the transaction to closing on time and with as little stress as possible to the clients.

Let Kilcommons Law advocate for you.

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