BesTitle’s Title Attorney
The BesTitle Bridgeport office is excited to welcome our newest team member, Blaire Nuzum-Wise. Blaire has been an independent closing attorney for over five years and brings a vast knowledge of the entire closing process as she has worked files from the beginning to the end of closing.
Upon graduating from WVU with her law degree, Blaire began her legal career as a juvenile prosecutor. She explored several facets of practicing law before choosing the area of real estate law. She is excited to be a part of a team with BesTitle, and we are excited to have her!
What made you decide to join BesTitle?
I have worked independently for the last five years. I’m excited to join BesTitle and be part of a caring and supportive team. All of my interactions with the BesTitle team have been positive. Company culture is very important when considering a career move, and the culture here is very positive.
What personal qualities do you have that help you to be successful in your role at BesTitle?
I have my undergraduate degree in public relations. I enjoy networking. I’m a people person, which attracted me to become a closing attorney. I’m looking forward to introducing my clients to BesTitle.
What excites you about the future of BesTitle?
BesTitle has just recently established itself in North Central West Virginia, and I am excited to be on the ground floor and help us grow in this area!
Please tell us about your family.
My husband, Joshua, is a biometric engineer. We have two children. Our son, Shepherd, is nine, and our daughter, Merritt, is five. We spend most of our time running our kids to their various activities. They dance, play soccer and swim!
What are the three things you can’t live without?
How do you like to spend your free time when you are not working?
When I am not running my kids around town, I take some time to swim myself! I am in an adult swim league. My favorite stroke is breaststroke!
My family has a camp at a lake in Marion County. I love to spend time there fishing and gardening.
What’s the best piece of advice you’ve received?
I have two mottos that seem to stick with me:
“The last thing is not the worst thing.”
”You don’t have to be simple to live here, but sometimes it sure helps!”