Fairfield, New Jersey
Fairfield, New Jersey Lawyers at McLaughlin & Nardi, LLC
Our firm’s New Jersey attorneys serve Fairfield, New Jersey, in Essex County. We represent Fairfield’s residents and businesses on a wide range of issues.
Our attorneys handle many diverse legal issues. We appear in Fairfield Municipal Court for traffic violations and local ordinance disputes. Our employment attorneys handle litigation and negotiations. We handle a wide range of tax matters, from real estate tax appeals to payroll and sales tax disputes; we help businesses plan so they can minimize the tax burden to their owners. We represent businesses in transactions, regulatory disputes, and controversies with other companies, owners and employees. We help people and trusts in estate planning to make sure that assets reach the intended beneficiaries with the minimum possible tax impact. Our lawyers represent people and businesses in financial distress to negotiate with creditors. We also represent people and businesses in bankruptcy.
About Fairfield, New Jersey
Fairfield, New Jersey is a township of more than seven thousand people in the northwestern of Essex County.
Dutch settlers purchased Horseneck Tract, including what is now Fairfield, New Jersey, in 1702 from the Leni Lenape. The Dutch named what is now Fairfield “Gansegat.” It later was part of Newark Township. In 1798 the town was formed and originally named Caldwell Township, although over the years it lost some of its area to surrounding towns. Townspeople voted in 1963 to rename the town as Fairfield Township. Essex County Airport, from which John F. Kennedy, Jr. departed on his fatal flight, is located in Fairfield.
Fairfield’s Municipal Court hears traffic offenses, minor criminal matters, and local ordinance violations. Civil cases, Fairfield expungements, and landlord/tenant disputes are heard by the Superior Court of New Jersey, which sits in Fairfield, New Jersey. First level appeals from the Superior Court’s trial divisions are heard by the Superior Court’s Appellate Division. Final state appeals are heard the New Jersey Supreme Court in Trenton. The United States District Court in Newark hears Fairfield federal cases, and some state cases which are removed to federal court. The United States Bankruptcy Court, also in Newark, hears Fairfield bankruptcies. Fairfield zoning matters and variances are heard by the Fairfield Zoning Board of Adjustment. Fairfield land use planning and subdivision matters are handled by the Fairfield Planning Board of Adjustment.
Contact Our Fairfield Attorneys
To learn more about what we can do to help, please e-mail us or contact one of our Fairfield lawyers at (973) 890-0004.