Richard Marmon, Of Counsel in the Firm’s Mt. Laurel Office, concentrates his practice in the areas of taxation, wealth transfer planning and estate administration. He also has experience in residential real estate and development transactions. Mr. Marmon’s services include tax planning for individuals and business entities, as well as, drafting of wills, trusts, general and durable powers of attorney and advance medical directives.
Mr. Marmon works closely with individuals and closely-held business owners in all aspects of family wealth preservation including gifting, testamentary transfers, post-mortem estate planning and other dispositive arrangements designed to maximize tax savings. In addition, Mr. Marmon has consulted with accounting firms needing specialized tax research services and preparation of federal and state estate, gift, and trust tax return filings and has served as an expert witness in financial and tax matters.
Mr. Marmon is a Certified Public Accountant and a Certified Management Account. Since 1985, Mr. Marmon has been teaching courses in accounting and law at Rowan University with a particular emphasis on individual and business entity taxation. He has also taught all sections of the CPA exam for a national CPA exam preparation course. Mr. Marmon has previous “big-eight” public accounting experience and served as a student law clerk for the Honorable Philip Gruccio, J.A.D.
Mr. Marmon has published numerous articles on tax law and has been interviewed for television, radio, and newspaper outlets on a variety of tax-related topics.
LL.M., Villanova University School of Law
J.D., Widener University School of Law
M.B.A., LaSalle University