Our present firm started with a few of us who left from the employ of Davis, Reberkenny & Abramowitz, P.C. We had a positive experience at that firm, but desired to move and be more in control. Over the years, our firm has changed. However, our nucleus is still the same.
We continue to be a small firm which is client driven. The advantage of using our firm is that clients get a great deal of legal experience for a reasonable cost. This helps to create better plans, as well as resolve conflicts less expensively.
Robert J. Malloy, Esq.
After graduating college, passing the CPA exam, and working in accounting, I was interested in tax law. So, I decided to attend law school at Rutgers University School of Law — Camden.
In 1989, I graduated from Rutgers, with honors, and also received a Tax Honors Certificate, for completing the Tax Honors Program.My first job was with Archer & Greiner, in Haddonfield, where I was a member of the Corporate and Tax Department. From there, I became an associate at Davis, Reberkenny & Abramowitz, where I was able to gain experience in many different practice areas.
In 1996, I established my own office. During 2014, we were able to merge the practice of Andrew B. Altenburg, Esquire, PC, into our practice.