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Top Elizabeth Wills Lawyers - New Jersey

New Jersey Tax Planning and IRS Controversy Attorneys. Witman Stadtmauer, P.A. employs eleven attorneys and maintains a staff of twenty-five. Its practice is concentrated in the areas of taxation, employee benefits including qualified and nonqualified retirement plans and welfare plans, ERISA, estate and elder law planning, estate administration, IRS controversy, business practices, including...

Effective And Practical Estate Planning Solutions Joel A. Drucker is an experienced, well-networked attorney whose top priority is our firm’s clients. He possesses the resources Morris County and New Jersey residents need when they are dealing with estate planning issues. He possesses comprehensive insight into emerging legal trends, recent case law and tools as a member of the New Jersey State...

At Hynes Law Group, LLC, in Cranford, New Jersey, we focus solely on helping individuals and families protect what is most important to them by offering a comprehensive range of elder law and estate planning services. Representing clients throughout Union, Essex, Middlesex, Somerset, Hudson, Passaic and Bergen counties, our law firm provides personalized assistance and effective support to those...

Many people mistakenly defer estate and asset preservation planning until a parent or spouse suffers a catastrophic illness or requires nursing home care. This unnecessarily causes an overwhelming crisis situation which can and should be avoided. At Macri & Associates, LLC, we provide help and guidance for individuals and families in these circumstances and in all aspects of elder law. Vince...

At the Union-based law firm of Schwartz, Barkin & Mitchell, all of our attorneys have nearly 30 years of legal experience. While this fact is impressive in itself, the fact that they have more than 170 years of combined experience is what leads clients from Union, Essex and Morris counties to our firm's door. Both individuals and businesses from throughout New Jersey's Skylands and Gateway...

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