Michael Werner joined the law firm of Goldblum Sablowsky in 2016.
Mr. Werner, a Centre County native, received a B.A. in Biology from the University of Vermont in 1997 and a J.D. from Duquesne University School of Law in 2000. After graduating law school, Mr. Werner worked as an associate at Abernathy, Auld & Young, P.C. in Pittsburgh’s North Hills until 2006 when he co-founded ZunderWerner, LLP.
Mr. Werner represents individuals and small businesses throughout Southwestern Pennsylvania. His practice focuses on estate planning/administration, general business matters, and nearly all facets of real estate law. Mr. Werner has developed a large property assessment appeal practice and every year successfully reduces hundreds of residential and commercial property owners’ tax burdens. Michael frequently speaks and writes on the topic of Property Assessments.
In 2005, Mr. Werner was appointment by Judge R. Stanton Wettick to the Allegheny County Special Landlord/Tenant Arbitration Panel. On a regular basis, Mr. Werner serves as an arbitrator where he presides over landlord/tenant cases.
Mr. Werner’s ability to explain complicated legal issues in a manner that his clients can understand -- and use -- is one of his greatest strengths.