New Jersey Employee Benefits Attorneys
At the New Jersey law firm of Witman Stadtmauer, P.A. we have extensive experience advising businesses regarding all types of tax, pension and employee benefits issues, including qualified and non-qualified plans. Contact the law offices by phone or e-mail to schedule a consultation.
Our nationwide pension practice represents clients in all states, with a geographical focus in New Jersey including the counties of Morris, Essex, Hudson, Bergen, Union, Middlesex, Monmouth and Ocean and the New York metropolitan area. In the areas of corporate law and wills and estates, we serve a broad clientele throughout New Jersey, New York, and Florida.
Pension Plans for Businesses
If you own or operate a business in New Jersey or New York, you may offer a pension plan, 401(K) plan or profit sharing plan for your employees or you may be considering providing a plan. If your company is acquiring another company and both businesses have existing pension plans, you will need legal counsel to determine how to merge the plans. Whether the plans are qualified plans or non-qualified plans, you need lawyers with skill and experience handling pension and employee benefits matters. You also need experienced tax counsel.
Tax Planning ◦ Business Law
Our comprehensive law practice extends far beyond pension and employee benefits issues. Our practice areas also include:
- General Business Legal Counsel
- State and Federal Tax
- Estate and Probate Administration
- Business and Commercial Litigation
- Probate Litigation
- Real Estate
- Wills, Trusts, and Estate Planning
At Witman Stadtmauer, P.A., we focus on our clients, identifying their long-term needs while resolving their immediate concerns. We take a relaxed, yet professional approach to the practice of law. Our attorneys are accessible and congenial; we understand that the legal process can be intimidating.
Experience, Knowledge and Skill
Our firm has considerable skill and experience in tax matters and brings that skill and experience to bear in all of our practice areas. We understand the tax issues involved in estate planning and administration, real estate, and general business planning.
Notice: The Department of Treasury recently revised guidelines for tax practitioners known as Circular 230. In accordance with these guidelines, you are hereby advised that any tax advice contained in this email, including any attachments is not intended or written to be used, nor can it be used for the purpose of (i) avoiding any tax-related penalties under the Internal Revenue Code or (ii) supporting, marketing or recommending any tax-related matters contained in this communication.