Areas Of Practice


Estate Planning And Senior Care

Wills and Trusts

Estate Planning

Issues of Incapacity

Retirement Planning

Multi Generation and Business Succession Planning

Medicaid Planning

Special Needs Planning 

Trust and Estate Administration

Conservatorships and Guardianships

Asset Protection Planning

Real Estate Representation Described

Keith A. Singer has extensive experience in all aspects of Real Estate Law in the State  of New Jersey, should you require representation call for a free  consultation (732) 749-3700  

Generally speaking real estate  closings are an effort among attorneys, realtors, paralegals, title  agencies and lenders to coordinate the real estate contract, financing,  and timing. Much experience and logistical skill is required, the amount  of forms and requirements can be daunting.  

The Law Office of Keith A. Singer provides professional  services and experience in this area so that the significant  transaction is closed seamlessly for each client. The Real Estate Area  of practice includes but is not limited to the following:​ 

Areas Of Real Estate Representation

Commercial, residential, office, industrial and shopping center properties. 

Developers of residential, commercial, industrial and office properties. 

Landlord and tenant representation 

Commercial and residential buyers and sellers 

Tax Appeals Planning Board Representation Environmental Issues and Representation 

Short Sales and Foreclosures. 

New Construction 

Residential and commercial leases. 

Real estate disputes 

Real estate broker issues 

Construction defects and mechanic's liens 

Land use and zoning matters 

Business Law

Business Formation and Planning

Business Representation 

Succession and Agreements

Purchase and Sale of Existing Business 

Nonprofit Formation and Representation

Employment Agreements

Intellectual Property  

Contract Drafting and Review

Trade Regulation Licensing & Compliance

New Food Products and Compliance

Technology Issues Including Work for Hire 

Real Estate and Construction Issues

Employment Law

Breach of Contract

Civil Rights Issues

Constructive Discharge




Exceptions to At Will Employment

N.J. Family, Medical, and Earned Sick Leave Acts

Government and Municipal Employees

Reasonable Accommodations

Restrictive Covenants and Non Compete Agreements

Severance and Separation Agreements

Sexual Harassment

Unemployment Claims

Wrongful Discharge