Nicole M. Pardus

Nicole M. Pardus

About Nicole

An energetic force in the local legal community, Nicole M. Pardus focuses her practice on estate planning and estate administration, business formation and advisement as well as real estate and civil litigation.

Nicole was named to the Super Lawyers Rising Stars List for 2021. Just 2.5% of attorneys in Pennsylvania are chosen for this selective list, which rates outstanding lawyers from more than 70 practice areas.

Playing an active role in the Westmoreland Bar Association, Nicole serves as vice chair of its Young Lawyers Division, which provides opportunities for young lawyers to expand their participation in bar activities and continuing legal education programs while fostering interaction with peers.

She sits on the board of directors of Laurel Legal Services, a nonprofit organization providing free civil legal services to qualified low-income clients in six counties in western Pennsylvania.

Nicole is a graduate of the University of Pittsburgh School of Law where she served as a managing editor of the Pittsburgh Tax Review. She received the George Bloom Scholarship, the CALI Excellence for the Future Award in Federal Income Taxation and the Law School Community Service Award for her work teaching constitutional law to high school students in the Pittsburgh area.

Nicole resides in Manor with her husband, Caleb, their son, Reed, and their adorable dogs, Beau and Sydney. She is a plant lover with a green thumb and a faithful supporter of local businesses.

About Nicole

An energetic force in the local legal community, Nicole M. Pardus focuses her practice on estate planning and estate administration, business formation and advisement as well as real estate and civil litigation.

Nicole was named to the Super Lawyers Rising Stars List for 2021. Just 2.5% of attorneys in Pennsylvania are chosen for this selective list, which rates outstanding lawyers from more than 70 practice areas.

Playing an active role in the Westmoreland Bar Association, Nicole serves as vice chair of its Young Lawyers Division, which provides opportunities for young lawyers to expand their participation in bar activities and continuing legal education programs while fostering interaction with peers.

She sits on the board of directors of Laurel Legal Services, a nonprofit organization providing free civil legal services to qualified low-income clients in six counties in western Pennsylvania.

Nicole is a graduate of the University of Pittsburgh School of Law where she served as a managing editor of the Pittsburgh Tax Review. She received the George Bloom Scholarship, the CALI Excellence for the Future Award in Federal Income Taxation and the Law School Community Service Award for her work teaching constitutional law to high school students in the Pittsburgh area.

Nicole resides in Manor with her husband, Caleb, their son, Reed, and their adorable dogs, Beau and Sydney. She is a plant lover with a green thumb and a faithful supporter of local businesses.