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Levine Staller was formed in 1978 concentrating in the areas of federal and state tax law, business matters, estate planning, real estate and other commercial transactions.  The firm’s practice areas expanded with the addition of attorneys experienced in other areas including commercial litigation, real property, taxation, land use planning and development, casino law, and labor and employment law. 

For over 35 years, Levine Staller has provided value-added legal services to its clients.  The firm is committed to providing high quality legal services in ever-changing legal and business environments.  The firm’s attorneys and support staff ensure that our clients receive prompt and efficient service to meet their legal needs.

Our attorneys are admitted to practice law in various jurisdictions including New Jersey, Pennsylvania, New York, Florida and Washington, D.C.

We invite you to learn more about the firm and our areas of practice and welcome your questions and inquiries.  Each practice area contains direct contact information for attorneys experienced in that particular area, or you can also send a general inquiry to .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).

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