With more than 36+ years of legal experience, We represent clients in all types of real estate transactions including the purchase and sale of residential and commercial properties, landlord/tenant matters and, with our experience representing zoning and planning boards, all aspects of land use.
Here at the law firm of Robert A. Gleaner PC in Audubon, New Jersey, we offer a full range of top-notch, professional legal services to help you with all the important and pressing issues affecting your property, business, family and future.
Serving a diverse range of clients throughout South Jersey, our law firm’s founder, attorney Robert Gleaner, has practiced law since 1981, and in 1994, he established our practice to provide the highest level of representation possible to those dealing with legal matters involving any of the following: Real Estate Law Business Law Wills & Estates
Since our founding, we have become one of our region’s premier law firms for our practice areas, and we adhere to a strict code of delivering superior client service. You can turn to us for the personalized counsel and dedicated support you deserve. What’s more, we promise to work with you in accordance with your financial situation, so you need not worry about accessing the quality legal counsel you need during a challenging time.
Honored for our outstanding professionalism and unwavering commitment to those we serve, we have earned consistent top rankings and endorsements from our peers along with numerous testimonials and referrals from our satisfied clients. We also maintain active involvement in our legal community, so you can expect you will receive the most relevant, up-to-date advice regarding your matter.
A LITTLE BIT ABOUT ROB: While he was a first-year student at Delaware Law School in 1980, his father, local South Jersey lawyer Harold P. Gleaner, called his friend Frank M. Lario, Jr. This initiated what turned out to be a long and close relationship. Shortly thereafter, Rob met with Frank and his partner, Joseph M. Nardi, Jr. and became a law clerk. As time went on, he was promoted to an associate with Lario and Nardi, and eventually became a partner in the firm in 1987.
While the legal experience was invaluable, what was more important was the lessons learned about working with clients and their problems. No one was ever turned away. Fees were paid in accordance with the individual’s ability to do so. Frank loved to tell stories about how his father, Frank M. Lario, Sr., also a prominent lawyer, was sometimes paid by way of vegetables or bartered services. The point of the story was that one should never let a fee come between the lawyer and his client. Frank and Joe eventually became Superior Court Judges and the firm continued until July of 1994 when Rob joined his father, Harold, who was practicing law in Audubon, New Jersey since the early 1960’s.
|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Best Boss of the Year||Legal Secretaries Association - NJ||2012|
|Legal & Business Counsel||Realty Solutions LLC||2012 - Present|
|Attorney at Law||Robert A. Gleaner, P.C.||1994 - Present|
|Partner||Gleaner & Nardi, P.A.||1982 - 1994|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Community Associations Institute||Company & Member||2019 - Present|
|National Association of Reators||Member||2017 - Present|
|National Association of Residential Property Managers||Member||2016 - Present|
|New Jersey State Bar Association||Member||1981 - Present|
|Camden County Bar Association||Member||1981 - Present|
|New Jersey Realtor® Magazine||Best Practices for a Chalenging Listing||2018|
|YouTube.com||New Jersey Eviction Process||2016|
|Widener University School of Law||JD - Juris Doctor||1981|
|Rutgers University||BS - Bachelor of Science||1978|
|BHHS Fox & Roach NJ Branchise Summit||Rental Listings, Evictions & Removals||2019|
|Defense of claim by Workers Compensation carrier for underpayment by business client||After substantial discovery, arbitrator ruled in favor of client resulting in a substantial savings for client.|
|Child Custody Dispute||Matter was tried to a conclusion. Judge ordered 50/50 residential custody as had been requested by Dad.|
|Subdivision and Site Plan Approval||By tweaking the application after neighbor comments, application was unanimously approved by the Planning Board.|
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