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Practice Areas

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Local Government Law

Our firm has served as counsel for several municipalities and public entities in Cape May, Atlantic and Cumberland Counties. In those capacities, our firm provides expertise and professional services in areas such as municipal land use law, public finance law, construction law, zoning and land use, Open Public Records Act and tax appeals.

Land Use and Development

With our firm's understanding of local ordinances and development standards, we are able to assist with your residential or commercial development project to ensure compliance with municipal, county, state and federal regulations. Our firm has experience representing both development applicants and Boards alike.

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Commercial and Residential Real Estate

Marcus H. Karavan, P.C. offers broad expertise and a long history of representing real estate buyers, sellers, and lenders. During his many years as a solo practitioner, Mr. Karavan was a principal in a title company. We are well-equipped to handle all components of your real estate transaction, lease, assignment, or otherwise.

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Whether you are in need of assistance with an existing will or the probate process or wish to create a will, trust or advanced directive, our firm and staff are prepared to guide you through the nuances and responsibilities of estate planning and administration process.

Regulatory and Administrative

Our attorneys have a proven track record of representing public entities ad private clients in navigating issues and projects involving state departments and agencies including the Department of Consumer Affairs and Alcoholic Beverage Commission, among others.

Condo and Common Interest Communities

Our firm has represented developers, associations and owners across a broad range of issues. We are ready to assist with your residential or commercial condominium formation or conversion as well as the review, drafting or amending master deeds and bylaws.

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