Congratulations to our attorneys Todd Wieseneck & Tom McDonough for participating in the Groove Marathon Row for ALS on April 25th at 3sixty Cycling and Fitness Studio in Montclair.
Todd got the team together, including his fellow attorney Tom and some of our clients, and for 3 hours they rowed on the rowing machines raising money for ALS. They raised $5,000 towards fighting this disease!
Thanks Todd & Tom for all your work!
Checkout the 3sixty facebook page for a film of Todd rowing!
We are proud to announce that we are again sponsoring the Montclair Film Festival which runs from May 1st to the 10th. See you there!
We are pleased to announce that Lorene E. Golia (“Lori”) has joined our firm as an Associate Attorney focusing primarily in our residential and commercial real estate departments.
Lori has worked as a Title Officer and a Title Attorney and has experience with all types of Real Estate transactions. Her attention to detail and extensive knowledge of real estate law make her a valuable addition to our firm.
Deadline Approaches to File Tax Appeal
Real Estate owners (both residential and commercial) in New Jersey only have until April 1, 2015 to file a tax appeal of the assessed value of their property.
You should have received a property assessment cards in early February. This assessed value is for your 2015 real estate taxes and is based on the value of the property as of October 1, 2014.
If you have not yet reviewed your property assessment, it would be wise to do so immediately to determine if your property has been over-assessed.
If you believe that your property assessment is higher than its fair market value as of October 1, 2014, you may be assessed property taxes in excess of your fair share and should consider filing an appeal.
However, time is of the essence as April 1 is a firm deadline for filing property tax appeals. Ashenfelter, Slous, McDonough & Trevenen, LLP has many years of experience in handling Tax Appeal matters.
For more information, please contact Calvin O. Trevenen, Esq. at CTrevenen@montclairlaw.com, Todd J. Wieseneck, Esq. at TWieseneck@montclairlaw.com or Lori Golia, Esq. at LGolia@montclairlaw.com or call (973) 744-2100.
“Eyes Wide Open”
Showcasing 4 local artists
Wednesday, February 25th from 6pm to 8pm
Featuring the works of:
Jacqueline Firmo Falconi
Refreshments will be served Parking in rear of building, off North Willow
Todd Wieseneck, an estate planning and tax attorney of counsel to our firm, will be leading a team in the 2015 HOMECorp Bowl-a-thon on Sunday, February 8 at Eagle Rock Lanes in West Orange to help raise funds for, and awareness of, HOMECorp. The team consists primarily of members of Todd’s networking group, BNI Absolute Referrals.
If anyone would like to sponsor the team by making a donation to HOMECorp, you can do so at the following link: http://www.bowlathon.net/event/homecorp_housing_bowl_2015/home
Just click on the Sponsor/Make a Donation link on the left side of the page. The name of the team is “BNI – Absolute Referrals. Just complete the form and select our team to sponsor.
HOMECorp is an ecumenical, community-based non-profit organization formed in 1988 by concerned residents and religious institutions to improve and develop permanent affordable housing in Montclair, New Jersey.
Todd Wieseneck, an estate planning and tax attorney of counsel to our firm, recently spoke at a meeting of the Morris-Essex Small Firm Networking Group.
The topic was about locating information which can be gleaned from a review of tax returns for clients who are trying to locate assets in connection with litigation, divorce proceedings or probate matters or in connection with obtaining information in connection with a purchase of a business.The Morris-Essex Small Firm Networking Group, consists of a group of attorneys located in or close to Morris County or Essex County who work for small law firms and practice in a wide range of practice areas including bankruptcy, corporate, civil litigation, class actions, collections, construction litigation, disability, elder law, employment, franchise, family law, immigration, intellectual property, licensing, medical malpractice, personal injury, products liability, real estate, real estate tax appeals, special needs (education), tax and trusts and estates.