February 6, 2023

Volume XIII, Number 37

Paul W. Norris

Paul W. Norris is a Shareholder and a member of the Firm’s Litigation Group. Mr. Norris’ areas of practice include: Probate Litigation; Construction Litigation; Commercial Litigation; and Criminal and Municipal Court representation. Mr. Norris has an extensive and growing Probate Litigation practice, which concerns either defending, or initiating Will contests on behalf of beneficiaries and purported beneficiaries of an Estate as well as related litigation. He has both prosecuted and defended actions successfully in this regard, and also serves as a Court appointed Mediator for these types of matters. Mr. Norris also represents General Contractors and Subcontractors in either defending or prosecuting claims on their behalf. A significant portion of this work relates to either placing or challenging Construction Liens. As such, he is well versed in all aspects of New Jersey Lien Law, including bringing actions to foreclose upon Liens, or defending such actions. Mr. Norris also has experience in prosecuting and defending Federal Miller Act claims which involve Federal construction projects.

Articles in the National Law Review database by Paul W. Norris


Paul W. Norris of Stark and Stark has been selected as a 2021 Go-To Thought leader for his contributions on probate litigation and his analysis of President Biden’s estate tax changes. NLR readers value Mr. Norris' insight and practicality on a variety of estate planning issues including the recovery of counsel fees in probate litigation, injunctive relief in estate litigation, the misuse of estate funds, and much more.