Kimberly A. Paton
Kimberly A. Paton brings skill, experience and dedication to the practice of law. She offers a unique perspective of the business and real estate landscape because she has devoted over 30 years of practice to serving these particular needs. Her legal insight often proves invaluable to clients as they prepare wills, trusts and estates.
Areas of practice
A dedicated lawyer, Kimberly Paton concentrates her practice on wills, trusts, estates, real estate transactions, corporate formation and ongoing representation of clients. She prides herself on offering clients practical advice with knowledgeable counsel. Her legal practice focuses solely on the following areas of practice:
Kimberly Paton graduated with her Bachelor of Arts degree from New York University in 1983. She pursued her law degree at New York Law School and achieved her Juris Doctor in 1986. In 1986, she was admitted to the bar in New Jersey. She was admitted to the bar in New York in 1987.
Admitted to practice law in New York and New Jersey, Kimberly Paton is an active member of the several professional organizations. As a member of the Bergen County Bar Association, she serves on the Real Property, Probate and Trust Law Sections.
Kimberly Paton is active in educating the community on changes in the law. Her thoughtful articles and presentations make her a sought-after speaker at New Jersey colleges and civic organizations. The first woman president of the Bergenfield-Dumont Rotary Club, she was recently re-elected to serve a second term. Rotary District 7490 has also appointed her as the Trustee of the Walter D. Head Foundation. Kimberly A. Paton serves as Secretary and Trustee of Care Plus NJ, a member of and legal counsel for the Care Plus Foundation and on the boards of several other charitable foundations as either a trustee or legal advisor.
When you need an attorney, contact the Paton Law Firm at 201-470-4801 or contact us online. Located in Paramus, New Jersey, the practice regularly assists clients in various communities throughout Bergen, Essex, Passaic and Morris counties.