Serving the people of our community for over 50 years
Experienced Real Estate Attorney
At Feeney & Dixon, LLC, we represent and advise our clients, their businesses and their families in the areas of commercial and residential real estate; land use and development; and, wills, trusts and estate planning.
We know real estate-related matters can be stressful and challenging. They often represent the largest investment an individual or business will make, and it’s important that you understand all elements of the transaction and that the process proceeds smoothly and without complications.
Land Use, Development & Tax Appeals
Real estate presents additional challenges beyond a purchase or sale. Property taxes can make a dream property a nightmare. The tax assessment process is opaque and difficult to understand. We can help, because we have decades of experience working with clients on appeals of these tax determinations.
We understand the process and the underlying calculations, and can help you make informed decisions on how to best challenge tax changes.
Land development, whether residential or commercial, can be confusing, expensive, time consuming, and fraught with roadblocks. We have successfully handled land use applications, both large and small, throughout New Jersey, and can help you navigate this complex area.
Meet David C. Dixon
Estate Planning, Administration
& Probate Issues
Estate planning is a complex area of law, drawing on numerous legal and financial disciplines. We have the experience to provide informed counsel for all elements of your estate plan, from wills, trusts and powers of attorney, as well as understanding the tax and property laws.
If you have been named a personal representative for an estate, you may find yourself overwhelmed with all the duties, especially if the decedent was a spouse or close relative.
There are a great many steps within this process, and they all need to be completed correctly and in a timely fashion. We can help you understand the estate administration process and ensure that you complete all the necessary parts of probate properly.