Curcio Mirzaian Sirot LLC in Roseland has added a tax and estate planning group and an elder care and special needs planning group.
Jason Marx has joined the firm as partner to chair the new practice areas. He joins the firm from Connell Foley.
According to founder and litigation chair Benjamin Curcio, the launch of the groups “allows [the firm] to continue to provide solution-driven counsel to clients who need to care for family members and their finances in the best possible way.”
The taxation and estate planning group at Curcio Mirzaian Sirot provides services such as estate and trust planning, business succession planning, and guidance on transactional tax issues and tax disputes to individuals and families, businesses, corporate trust departments, executives and other professionals, and tax-exempt entities.
Curcio Mirzaian Sirot’s elder care and special needs planning group provides counsel on difficult decisions surrounding older or disabled family members, including life care and end of life planning, qualification for government benefits programs such as SSI and Medicaid, special needs trusts and disability planning, and guardianship and fiduciary services.
In addition to his practice, Marx lectures extensively on elder care, estate planning, asset protection, special needs planning, and related matters. He is admitted to practice in New Jersey, New York, and before the United States District Court for the District of New Jersey.
“Jason has built a reputation for listening to and advocating for his clients. He takes the time to meaningfully get to know and understand his clients, their families, and, most importantly, their goals, and then guides them through the sometimes-sensitive challenges associated with planning for aging or disabled family members,” said Curcio. “We are excited he has joined the firm to lead our new practice areas, and we look forward to working with him.”