A New Jersey, Full-Service Law Firm

About the Firm

New Jersey Law Firm Servicing Passaic, Bergen, Essex and Morris Counties

Hunziker, Champion, Romer & Miller traces its roots back to the 1890’s when Gustav Hunziker and Edward Merrey founded the practice with their sons, Walter Hunziker, and Edward Merrey. The distinguished firm merged with another in 2006 to form one of the largest law firms in Passaic County.

Following in the footsteps of third generation lawyer, Walter Hunziker, Jr., the firm includes top notch legal professionals who are experienced in many areas of law to provide clients with excellent representation they can rely on for their legal issues. The firm has grown through the years to include the legal talents of Susan E. Champion, A. James Romer, Jr. and Christopher E. Miller. The firm stands out by providing sophisticated legal representation as well as individual and prompt attention to its clients, developing long-standing attorney-client relationships based on mutual respect and confidence.

Over the course of 100 years, the firm has built a loyal client base due to its moral strength, integrity, and professional stability. Concentrating in the areas of Elder Law, Trusts and Estates, Finance, Bankruptcy, Commercial Transactions and Real Estate, the attorneys have all spent their adult lives in New Jersey and are dedicated to providing personal attention to clients’ special needs and interests.

The attorneys at Hunziker, Champion, Romer & Miller are happy to meet and discuss your legal matter with you. For a consultation, call (973) 256-0456 or fill out our contact form.

-In Memoriam-

Walter J. Hunziker, Jr.

Hunziker, Champion, Romer & Miller mourns the passing of our retired senior partner, Walter J. Hunziker, Jr., fondly known as Skip. Skip was the third generation of the Hunziker family who founded our firm. He practiced law with the firm as our colleague, mentor and friend for over 50 years. Our firm will continue to honor his legacy of service to clients, the bar and the community at large.

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