Getler, Gomes & Sutton, P.C.


Getler, Gomes & Sutton PC is a construction and real estate law firm in Suffern, New York. The law firm specializes in real estate, construction, and high-rise development law. Getler, Gomes & Sutton PC is lead by its fearless leader and Principal, Janine Getler. Janine brings over 20 years of dedicated experience in the real estate and construction law industry. With a desire to accommodate and help business owners and those that own commercial property, Getler, Gomes & Sutton PC has built a career off of the mission of helping people through their frightening, stressful, and often times confusing legal issues. Getler, Gomes & Sutton PC provides real estate, construction, and high-rise development law services throughout the New York and New Jersey areas. In addition to their work with commercial properties, the firm is also available for residential real estate law, and is available to assist residents looking to close on their new property.

Principal Janine Getler has been successfully practicing Real Estate and Construction law since 1991. She received her Juris Doctor Degree from Brooklyn Law School, Brooklyn, New York, and began working in law following her graduation. In 2009, after gaining meaningful experience working as a Counsel for Zucker, Goldberg & Ackerman, and LLC and HRH Construction LLC, Janine opened her own practice, called Getler, Gomes & Sutton PC. She remains at the law firm today, where she successfully represents commercial and residential real estate clients.

Janine Getler also maintains a large philanthropic presence through her professional work. She has been on the Bergen County Habitat for Humanity board of directors since 2002, and remains in the position today. Additionally, she enjoys providing pro bono counsel for the board in times of necessity.  In 2017, Janine Getler joined the Advisory Board for SB One Bank, as a way to help provide her expertise in other areas, and remains in the position today.



Our company is taking steps to:
Improve energy efficiency, Conserve water, Reduce waste (recycling, smart packaging, cutting paper consumption, etc.), Support local farms/markets, Participate in cleanups and volunteer efforts