The FSKS Difference
At FSKS, we consistently demonstrate our ability to understand our client’s needs and to handle those needs with honesty, integrity, fairness, courtesy, and diligence. We strive to apply today’s technologies toward tomorrow’s potential, maintaining state-of the-art office technology and cloud-based solutions to deliver high quality and cost-effective representation to our clients.
Practice Areas and Related Client Services
Attorneys and Support Staff
With dozens of attorneys admitted to practice in the State and Federal courts of New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania, FSKS is a complete legal service provider skilled at designing and implementing pragmatic, custom solutions for our clients across a wide array of industries.
Our attorneys have diverse backgrounds and wide-ranging experiences which are drawn upon as appropriate to best advocate or resolve our clients’ matters. Our attorneys formerly held positions as varied as a Municipal Court Judge (Parsippany -Troy Hills 1995), IRS auditor, deputy attorney general, and law secretary to judges in the Superior Courts of New Jersey.
As is necessary in today’s complex legal world, each of our attorneys has developed a specialty in one or more areas of law. In order to stay up to date as new cases, laws, and trends develop, we have stringent requirements for the ongoing continuing legal education of all of our staff. Our more experienced attorneys are on the forefront of new developments in the law and are active lecturers and authors within their specialty areas.
New Jersey Office
7 Century Drive
Parsippany, New Jersey 07054
P: (973) 538-4700
F: (973) 538-8234
New York Office
1400 Old Country Road
Westbury, New York 11590
P: (516) 394-6921
F: (516) 394-6922
7660 Imperial Way
Allentown, PA 18195
P: (610) 395-3535
F: (610) 395-3566
FSKS takes seriously its commitment to giving back to the communities we serve. We believe that professional and volunteer involvement benefits the community as well as our attorneys and staff. The firm actively participates in various civic and charitable organizations and activities. We give our time and build professional relationships to better serve our clients, our community, and our profession.
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