Del Duca Lewis & Berr Grows; Hunter S. Kintzing Joins Firm

Cherry Hill, NJ – – Del Duca Lewis & Berr announces that Hunter S. Kintzing, Esq. has joined the Firm as an associate in its Cherry Hill office.

Kintzing, a West Deptford resident, focuses his practice on a wide range of commercial and residential real estate matters in which he represents purchasers, sellers, landlords, tenants, lenders, borrowers and developers in all aspects of their transactions and land use projects. In addition, Kintzing has also represented local municipal governments and planning boards.

Working in close collaboration, Kintzing represents clients in the negotiation of complex purchase and sale agreements for commercial and residential properties, from inception to closing. He represents lenders and borrowers in various types of commercial and real estate loans and has also successfully negotiated retail, office and ground leases for both landlords and tenants.

Among his professional activities, Kintzing is active in the Gloucester County Workforce Investment Board and is a member of the Camden and Gloucester County Bar Associations and Chamber of Commerce of Southern New Jersey. He received his law degree from Rutgers University School of Law – Camden and his B.A. degree from Bucknell University. Kintzing is admitted to practice law in New Jersey and Pennsylvania.

“We are pleased to welcome Hunter to the Firm as he is a fine practitioner and valuable advisor. He is committed to providing sound legal advice that is practical and efficient. We look forward to a bright future with Hunter aboard,” commented managing partner, Damien O. Del Duca, Esquire.

Del Duca Lewis & Berr is a full-service commercial law firm whose goal it is to provide clients with prompt, efficient and high quality personal service. The Firm handles all aspects of real estate and other commercial matters, from negotiation to closing, including leasing, acquisitions, land use approvals, and financing on behalf of lenders and borrowers, and all related issues.