Lawrence C. Wohl

Following Law School, Mr. Wohl served as a Judicial Law Clerk for the New Jersey Appellate Division serving with The Honorable Neil F. Deighan, Jr., The Honorable Patrick King and The Honorable Lawrence Bilder.  Following his clerkship, he was then associated with Katzenbach, Gildea & Rudner of Lawrenceville, New Jersey and a partner with the law firms of Rubin & Wohl, P.C. and Pellettieri, Rabstein & Altman, before joining Archer.  Mr. Wohl’s practice focuses on the areas of Estate Planning, Wills, Trusts and Probate, Complex Estate and Trust Litigation, Complex Real Estate Transactions, and Environmental and Land Use Litigation.  Mr. Wohl has substantial experience in drafting estate planning documents, including Wills, Insurance Trusts, Personal Residence Trusts and Grantor Trusts.  He provides counsel to both fiduciaries and beneficiaries in all aspects of the probate and estate administration, including the litigation of contested estates.  Mr. Wohl’s real estate practice focuses on contracts for purchase and sale, leases and environmental issues related to real estate and land use.

Professional and Community Involvement

  • Provides legal counsel for several local tax-exempt charities
  • Successfully created several 501(c)(3) charitable organizations
  • Currently serving on the Delaware Township Board of Education in Hunterdon County, New Jersey Member of the Board of Trustees of DanceVision, Inc., a New Jersey not-for-profit organization and the DanceVision Youth Ensemble and its youth ballet programs
  • Member, New Jersey Supreme Court District Fee Arbitration Committee for Mercer County, District VII (1993-2003)
  • Member, Mercer County Bar Association (Trustee, 1992-1995)
  • Chairman, Real Estate Section, 1996-1997)
  • New Jersey State, Pennsylvania, American and Princeton Bar Associations

Articles and Presentations


Archer Welcomes Class of 2023 Summer Associates

Patrick Papalia Interviewed for the New Jersey Law Journal Article "A Matter of Strategy Now: Remote Depositions Are Becoming a Tactical Issue"

Ask Archer: A Fireside Chat on Updating an Estate Plan When Moving to Another State or Country