Roger Truemper has an extensive and diverse legal background that brings a unique perspective in addressing and solving the needs of his clients. He practices in the areas of commercial and business transactions, residential real estate, commercial litigation, leasing, landlord-tenant, land use and land development. Roger believes it is important to work collaboratively with his clients and to enlist a variety of legal disciplines to address both short term and long term goals.
A long time resident of Delaware, Roger graduated from Concord High School in Wilmington, Delaware. He received his B.S. degree from the University of Delaware in 1983 and his law degree, cum laude, from the Widener University School of Law in 1988. Roger is a member of the Pennsylvania and Delaware State Bar Associations serving as an active member in the Real and Personal Property Law Section of both associations. He has served as Chairman of the Real and Personal Property Section of the Delaware State Bar Association.
Roger is a frequent lecturer at real estate law seminars. He has also worked closely in advising local boards of realtors and realty companies. Roger has written real estate publications for the National Business Institute and the Delaware State Bar Association.
When not practicing law, Roger can typically be found outdoors – camping, hiking and kayaking.