Martin L. Lepelstat focuses his practice on tax and trusts and estate planning. He has represented individuals, businesses, partnerships, limited liability companies, corporations, and special types of entities in connection with the planning, structuring and defense of tax transactions. Martin has represented his clients at both the federal and state levels in matters related to tax and audits.
Awards & Recognition
•Listed, The Best Lawyers in America, Tax Law; Trusts and Estates; Litigation and Controversy - Tax, 2005-2015
•Listed, Super Lawyers magazine, New Jersey Super Lawyers, 2014
•Team Member, Lexology's Client Choice Award USA & Canada, United States: New Jersey, 2013
•Listed, Super Lawyers - New Jersey Edition, Estate Planning and Probate, 2008-2013
•Listed, Who's Who in America
•Listed, Who's Who in American Law
•Rated, AV Preeminent 5.0 out of 5 AV, BV, AV Preeminent and BV Distinguished are registered certification marks of Reed Elsevier Properties Inc., used under in accordance with the Martindale-Hubbell certification procedures, standards and policies.
Associated News & Events
08.25.14 Eight Greenberg Traurig New Jersey Attorneys Included in 2015 Edition of Best Lawyers in America
03.17.14 14 Greenberg Traurig New Jersey Attorneys Recognized in 2014 Edition of New Jersey Super Lawyers
09.03.13 The Best Lawyers in America Lists 8 Greenberg Traurig NJ Attorneys; Top-Lists Firm in 12 areas in Florham Park
01.04.13 Martin Lepelstat Makes Move to Greenberg Traurig
05.05.14 New York State - 2014-2015 Budget Affecting Trusts and Estates
Articles, Publications, & Lectures
Martin has lectured before various bar groups and committees, including the Institute of Continuing Legal Education. His work has been published in several national and local tax publications.
Co-Author, Estate Planning -Before It's Too Late!, Exhibit A, Volume 4 Number 2, 2000
•Author, Qualified Personal Residence Trust, Exhibit A, Fall 1996, Vol. 1 No. 2.
•Co-Author, The Small Business Job Protection Act May Render the S Election Appropriate for Larger and More Complex Corporations, The Metropolitan Corporate Counsel, February 1997
•Author, Salient Tax Considerations for Condominium Conversions