Count on Rothamel Bratton’s Land Use and Tax Appeals Attorneys
Helping Commercial Business Owners Seeking to Develop Property in NJ, PA and FL
Rothamel Bratton has extensive experience in navigating the challenges faced by people who work in the business of construction and development of real estate in New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Florida. We represent private and corporate landowners and developers with regard to minor permit matters, larger land use and zoning issues, to all issues fully developed construction projects.
We know land use and tax appeal law in NJ, PA and FL and can put our experience to work for you. We invite you to consult with our knowledgeable attorneys when it comes to all land use issues involving municipal, county, state and federal agencies. Our attorneys are also experienced in water, sewer, and public utility law and have experience litigating against those same authorities, when necessary.
Land Use Issues Are Complicated; We Protect Your Rights
Some zoning issues are commonly brought before decision-making entities. However, unless you have been through the process before, the regulations can seem extensive and difficult to understand. We have represented developers and owners in connection with numerous land use applications, including:
- Minor and major subdivisions
- Site plans
- Zoning applications
- Other ancillary governmental permit applications relating to fresh water wetlands, stream encroachment, and state highway access
We have created an extensive network of the most highly esteemed professionals in various areas of land use law. When necessary, we will consult with engineers, surveyors, architects, real estate appraisers and planner, traffic consultants and environmental experts to make sure your rights are protected and transaction is handled smoothly. Some areas we help clients in are Cherry Hill, Princeton, Mount Laurel, Medford, and Voorhees.
Land Use Litigation
Unfortunately, land use litigation is becoming more common. Special interest groups and neighboring property owners are contesting development more often because the NIMBY (Not In My Back Yard) philosophy is alive and well. The lawyers at Rothamel Bratton have experience litigating on behalf of landowners and developers. We work tirelessly on your behalf, at the negotiation table and in court, when necessary, to make your project a profitable reality.
Rothamel Bratton Handles Your Property Tax Appeals
Rothamel Bratton’s attorneys have extensive experience in the areas of tax assessment and appeals law. If you feel your property has been overvalued or that your tax bill is wrong, we may be able to help.
- Assessed Value Disagreements – Assessed values are the fair market value of your property. You pay taxes based on the value of your property. If the value determined by your tax assessor is not accurate, your tax bill may be higher than necessary. Our attorneys work the local appraiser before and after the report is prepared to make sure the appraisal and all supporting documents maximize your position.
- The Tax Appeal Process – We know where and when to file tax appeals in New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Florida. We know the process and the complicated regulations involved in appealing an inaccurate tax bill.
Contact Rothamel Bratton for Land Use and Tax Appeal Advice
For more information on land use and tax appeal issues, contact Rothamel Bratton at 888-981-9510 or fill out our convenient online form for your initial consultation today.
We have offices in Fort Lauderdale, FL, Philadelphia, PA, Haddonfield and Lawrenceville, NJ. We serve clients and communities in all of the surrounding areas, as well. Our firm has a successful track record of winning tax appeals. Put our experience to work for you.
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