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Employment

Giordano, Halleran & Ciesla, P.C. offers exceptional career opportunities to lawyers, aspiring graduates and business support professionals in an environment that is challenging and rewarding. Our continued success depends on our most important asset – our people – which is why we take care in recruiting and retaining the best. We look for candidates with academic excellence, proven commitment and self-motivation.

As a forward-thinking and client-oriented law firm, Giordano, Halleran & Ciesla is continually seeking out new talent to join our team. We look for team players possessing the ability to work individually and as a part of our departmental teams.

If interested, we encourage you to submit a cover letter and resume directly to James D'Arcy, via email to info@ghclaw.com or via fax to (732) 224-6599.

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    Tax Appeals

    For over 20 years Giordano, Halleran & Ciesla, P.C. has successfully represented property owners in all aspects relating to the appeals of assessments, property valuation matter, exemptions, farmland assessment and rollback taxes. Our team has successfully represented hundreds of taxpayers in contesting assessments before the various County Boards throughout the state and the Tax Court of New Jersey. We have successfully represented property owners of all types, including residential homeowners, property developers, commercial office owners, retail business owners, non-profit organizations, schools, and owners of farmland property.

    We provide a no-cost review and consultation to determine whether you would like to retain our firm in connection with a tax appeal. We offer a contingency fee for our services, wherein a legal fee is only incurred if we are successful in reducing your tax obligations.

    As property taxes are often the largest expense incurred by owners of all types of real property, we provide our legal services to assure that property owners are only paying their fair share of property tax obligations. Even as the real estate market stabilizes and even improves in certain areas, a vast number of properties continue to be over-assessed in relation to their respective true market values and are therefore over taxed.

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