Florham Park, New Jersey Estate Planning Lawyers
David Hardin concentrates his practice in the areas of wills, trusts and estates, corporate law and real estate law. His professional practice focuses on advising individual and corporate clients with respect to estate and gift tax planning and estate administration, acquisitions and sales of real estate, and the formation and operation of business enterprises. David is a Fellow of the American College of Trust and Estate Counsel. He served a term as Chair of the Real Property, Probate and Trust Law Section of the New Jersey State Bar Association. Prior to holding that position, he served as a Section...
Peter Burke has litigated and tried a wide variety of civil cases in the state and federal courts in New Jersey and New York. The range of cases includes, but is not limited to, corporate and commercial disputes, intracompany disputes among shareholders or partners, will contests, discrimination claims, products liability and warranty claims, franchise disputes, defense of fire insurance claims and labor matters.
In the course of providing legal services to clients, John often assists them in defining, planning, and meeting their personal and business needs in areas including individual and corporate tax planning, business transactions, estate planning and probate administration, and employee benefits. In addition, he provides legal representation to charitable nonprofit corporations, including private foundations and hospitals.
(732) 741-7777 331 Newman Springs Rd
Red Bank, NJ 07701
Red Bank, NJ 07701
James Estabrook has devoted most of his thirty years with the firm attending to the legal requirements of privately held businesses. Jim has developed several areas of emphasis including federal and state estate and gift taxation, ERISA and employee benefits law.
Prior to founding Andrew M. Ayers, P.C., I spent more than eight years in private practice at New York City based law firms focusing on civil litigation and corporate matters for individuals and small businesses. Since being admitted to practice law, I have represented small businesses and individuals before both the state and federal courts in New York and New Jersey. My business clients have ranged from single person entities to multi-state corporations in such varied business fields as marketing, music and entertainment, graphic design, condominium boards, architects, accountants, financial consultants, restaurants, karate schools and yoga studios. The...
(718) 568-0221 540 President Street, 3rd Floor
Brooklyn, NY 11215
Brooklyn, NY 11215
John Cooper concentrates his practice in estate planning, estate and trust administration, estate and trust litigation and real estate. He has served for over ten years as Chairman of the Probate Early Settlement Program of the Superior Court in Union County and is the former Chairman of the District XII Fee Arbitration Program of the New Jersey Supreme Court. He is a Fellow of the American College of Trust and Estate Counsel and has often been a lecturer for the New Jersey Institute for Continuing Legal Education.
Barry Janay, Esq. represents emerging businesses in matters relating to commercial litigation, intellectual property infringement matters and other intellectual property litigation (including misappropriation of confidential and trade secret information), employment and labor law, collections, defamation, privacy and media law litigation matters. Barry serves as counsel for clients in industries ranging from publishing, software, retailers, and consumer products to online businesses.
I focus my practice on two primary areas: Trusts & Estates and Tax Trusts & Estates: I work with clients on all aspects of estate planning, administration, and litigation. My goal is to provide a wealth preservation strategy for each client and their family from start to finish. Tax: My department can assist you design and implement a tailored tax efficient strategy, a new business plan, or a succession plan. We also represent taxpayers who need assistance resolving a federal, state or local tax dispute.