...Our legal team is dedicated to negotiating and prosecuting property tax law reassessments in New Jersey on behalf of real property owners. At Irwin & Heinze, P.A., we advise and represent owners of commercial, industrial, rental and high-value residential real estate in the pursuit of property tax appeals throughout the state. Our law firm manages the appeals process and secures substantial tax savings for clients ranging from Fortune 500 companies to universities to leasing companies.
With over 30 years of real estate and tax law experience, we can help you save thousands, and perhaps, tens of thousands of dollars in tax payments on commercial and other income-producing real property annually. Our esteemed team of trial attorneys can either negotiate favorable reassessments with municipal tax assessors or County Tax Boards, or we can cost-effectively prosecute appeals in the Tax Court, the Appellate Division of the Superior Court and the Supreme Court of New Jersey.
Our real estate tax law attorneys offer free case valuations any time of year, and we offer free reviews of your most recent property tax assessment each year from January 1 to March 30. We also advise our clients on methods of reducing tax liabilities and whether a tax appeal is in their particular best interests.
Our team in Chatham handles all aspects of negotiations and appeals, including:
At Irwin & Heinze, P.A., our lawyers handle property tax matters all day, every day. Our methods are sound, efficient and proven. We stay on top of legal developments and options to limit liabilities. We are zealous advocates for our clients.
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