Tamkin & Hochberg, LLP is a general practice business law firm located just off I-90, the Massachusetts Turnpike, a few miles west of downtown Boston. The firm’s practice is primarily concentrated in the areas of business and corporate law, commercial and residential real estate, business, corporate and real estate transactions, media and entertainment law, corporate and personal tax planning, estate planning and probate administration.
Tamkin & Hochberg, LLP is pleased to announce that its two managing partners, Jonathan D. Tamkin and Andrew S. Hochberg, were both named to the 2015 edition of Massachusetts Super Lawyers® each in their respective primary practice areas. Tamkin was recognized by his peers in the area of real estate law and Andy Hochberg in tax law.
From title issues to the negotiation of complex industrial and retail leases for small and AAA tenants, to zoning and land use permitting, construction and developments issues, and tax counsel in the ownership, acquisition and disposition of real estate, Tamkin & Hochberg offers a far ranging Real Estate practice. The firm represents buyers, sellers, developers, tenants, landlords, banking institutions, mortgage lenders, developers, condominium associations, contractors and construction firms with foresight, vision and excellence.
Tamkin & Hochberg’s estate planning department counsels individuals on estate planning matters including income, gift, estate, and generation-skipping transfer tax planning; charitable giving; the structuring of ownership and preservation of family-owned businesses and property; and other estate planning strategies.
Tamkin & Hochberg, LLP offers a wide range of legal and tax counsel to small and medium sized businesses who do not retain the services of employed in-house counsel. Years of corporate experience in business and strategic planning as well as business litigation ensures that the talented lawyers at Tamkin & Hochberg are able to handle the vast majority of the matters that a business may encounter or require legal assistance quickly and professionally.
Probate and Estate Administration describes the legal process that takes place after an individual dies in order to transfer the title of an asset, such as a home or investment account, to his or her beneficiaries either designated in a will or, if no will exists, under the Massachusetts intestacy laws.
Probate and Estate Administration
Tamkin & Hochberg’s ‘s litigation practice focuses on representing clients involved in business, construction and probate disputes and in employment, real estate and zoning matters before municipal and state administrative bodies and agencies and in the state and federal courts.
The firm was founded in 1995 by Jonathan D. Tamkin and Andrew S. Hochberg. Robert P. Joyce, Jr. joined Tamkin & Hochberg, LLP as a partner in 2016, and the firm is also served by associate attorneys Darcy Hamilton, Peter Farrell, and Ralph B. Gillis, as well as by Andrew C. Gately and Kimberly Rainen, the firm’s Of Counsel. The firm’s clientele is widely varied – ranging from international corporations to local businesses and individuals.