About

  

Since 2004, Jason S. Lustbader, Esq., has built excellent professional relationships with municipal attorneys, appraisers and tax assessors throughout the state of New Jersey. He regularly represents commercial and industrial property owners with various property types including, restaurants, office buildings, hotels, warehouses, parking lots, manufacturing facilities, and many other 

mixed use properties.

 

Jason also successfully fights for property tax exemptions for his clients, including religious and other nonprofit exemptions, as well as those seeking a farmland designation for the excess land on their property.

 

Jason also devotes a large portion of his practice to representing residential property owners, both in single family home and condo association capacities. Jason appears frequently before the Tax Court of New Jersey and the various county tax boards throughout the state. 

  

Mr. Lustbader is a member of the Real Property Tax Law Section of the New Jersey Bar Association as well as a member of both the Morris County and 

Essex County Bar Associations. 


Jason is a proud alumnus of Franklin & Marshall College and Seton Hall Law School.  He was raised in East Brunswick and has lived in Hoboken, Livingston and now resides with his family in Morris Township.  Living in New Jersey nearly his entire life has made him appreciate what the state has to offer.  He believes people and businesses should not 

have to leave this wonderful state just because 

property taxes are too high.