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Avelino & Hartlaub, LLP offers the know-how and experience to help clients achieve their goals in land use and zoning matters. The regulatory process for construction, development and subdivision of land in New Jersey and New York may involve numerous governmental agencies – Planning Board, Zoning Board of Adjustment, environmental commissions or wetlands controls, architectural [...]
Estate planning is an important part of life, and the attorneys of Avelino & Hartlaub, LLP, have extensive experience in providing the most sensible and effective estate plans for our clients, regardless of the client’s age, estate size or family situation. Such planning can include providing for retirement and for the possibility of illness or [...]
Liza A. Chanco is a Bentley University graduate, a 2006 graduate of Seton Hall University School of Law, and joined Avelino & Hartlaub, LLP in 2016. Ms. Chanco is a member of the Wills, Trusts & Estates department. She is highly experienced in the areas of probate, estate administration and estate planning. Ms. Chanco's areas [...]
Anative of Summit, Mr. Hartlaub is a senior partner in Avelino & Hartlaub, LLP. He attended Franklin and Marshall College, and received his Juris Doctor degree from Temple University in 1972. While focusing on his private practice and handling hundreds of real estate closings annually, Mr. Hartlaub served as Counsel to the Summit, New Providence [...]
The practice of real estate law in all its varied applications forms one of the core practices at Avelino & Hartlaub, LLP. Under the leadership of partner R. Jeffrey Hartlaub and his 40-plus years of practicing residential real estate law, the Real Estate Department offers each client the benefit of extensive knowledge of, and familiarity [...]
When a loved one passes away, it can be a very difficult and emotional time. In spite of a person’s best efforts to clarify their wishes before their passing, disputes can arise and often do. When disputes occur between the executor of an estate and the potential beneficiaries of a will or trust, this already [...]