Kulzer & DiPadova, P.A.
76 E. Euclid Avenue, Suite 300
Haddonfield, New Jersey 08033-2342

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2012 SuperLawyers

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Six attorneys at Kulzer & DiPadova were recognized by New Jersey Super Lawyers magazine in 2012. * Four attorneys were recognized as New Jersey Super Lawyers for 2012 and two attorneys were recognized as New Jersey Rising Stars for 2012. Four Kulzer & DiPAdova attorneys were recognize as New Jersey…

Madanick Named Shareholder

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Kulzer & DiPadova, P.A. is pleased to announce that it has admitted Douglas R. Madanick as a shareholder in the firm. Mr. Madanick received his law degree and his Masters of Law in Taxation from the Temple University Beasley School of Law.  His areas of specialty include tax planning, tax compliance and…

US News & World Reports names K & D for 2010

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US News & World Report names K&D among Best Law Firms in New Jersey – 2010 U.S. News & World Report has named Kulzer & DiPadova, P.A. to its 2010 Best Law Firms list. Kulzer & DiPadova was included among the best firms in New Jersey for Estates and Trusts and Tax law.  The annual…

US News & World Reports names K & D for 2010

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US News & World Report names K&D among Best Law Firms in New Jersey – 2010 U.S. News & World Report has named Kulzer & DiPadova, P.A. to its 2010 Best Law Firms list. Kulzer & DiPadova was included among the best firms in New Jersey for Estates and Trusts and Tax law.  The annual…

NJ Corporate Dissolutions Required

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It is essential that the corporation be dissolved with the New Jersey State Treasurer through the Division of Revenue to avoid future Corporation Business tax, penalty, and interest. Every corporation subject to the New Jersey Corporation Business Tax Act must file New Jersey Corporation Business Tax Returns whether the corporation discontinued…

Creating a Profits Interest in an S Corporation

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Assume Glenn and Art are equal shareholders in Allen, Inc., an S corporation.  Bob is employed by Allen and manages one aspect of its business, but not all business is conducted by Allen.  All of the parties would agree to give Bob a profits interest as incentive for performance and…

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