Robert C. Welch, Jr.

Robert C. Welch, Jr., Esq. joined the Dwyer, Dwyer & Dwyer firm in 1987.  He practiced law with his late partners, Michael J. Dwyer and Daniel M. Dwyer.  Attorney Welch is recognized by his peer attorneys with an AV® Preeminent Rating  for his legal ability and ethical standards.  His legal career in New Jersey began with his appointment as Law Clerk to the Honorable Timothy J. Sullivan, Superior Court Judge, Bergen County.  


Attorney Welch’s thirty years of legal experience includes the appointment as Attorney for his client’s personal and business matters, as Executor, as Trustee, as Attorney for Executors or Trustees, as Attorney for Commercial and Residential Real Estate matters, as Attorney for Land Use applications as well as Municipal Court and Superior Court matters.  Having extensive experience in estate administration and taxation, Attorney Welch has served as attorney for complex and high value estates for individuals and large banks.  Attorney Welch is also an authorized IRS preparer of estate and inheritance tax returns.  He was appointed the Public Defender for the Borough of Ramsey Municipal Court for 16 years.  He also performed the duties of bank attorney for Ridgewood Savings Bank, now merged with Boiling Springs Savings Bank.  Attorney Welch possesses over thirty years of legal expertise in a range of legal specialties to address the needs of individuals, families and their businesses.  


Practice Areas:

  • Wills & Trusts
  • Probate & Estate Administration
  • Elder Law, Power of Attorney
  • Estate Planning & Taxation
  • Executor & Trustee Services
  • Inheritance & Estate Tax Returns
  • Residential & Commercial Real Estate
  • Municipal Court
  • Land Use
  • Business Law

Admitted:

  • 1983, California
  • 1986, New Jersey

Education:

  • University of California School of Law at Los Angeles (UCLA), J.D.
  • University of Southern California (USC), B.A.

Memberships:

  • Bergen County Bar Association
  • New Jersey State Bar Association
  • State Bar of California