In Pennsylvania, the law provides that “a taxpayer should pay no more or no less than his proportionate share of the cost of government.” Don’t pay more than your fair share of the cost of government.
The taxes you pay on real estate is based upon the real estate tax assessment set by the county or city your property is located in. All county, school and local taxes are based upon this estimation of value. If the assessment is correct, you pay your fair share of the cost of government. However, if the assessment is too high, then you pay more than your fair share of the cost of government. Van Blunk Law, LLC advocates for fair and just property taxation on behalf of all taxpayers.
Pamela A. Van Bunk, Esquire helps commercial, non-profit and residential property owners across Pennsylvania to lower their real estate tax assessments saving them time and money.
Ms. Van Blunk has extensive experience litigating complex real estate tax assessments including:
- Hospitals and Medical office buildings
- Office buildings
- Apartment complexes
- Shopping and retail strip malls
- Industrial properties
- Auto Dealerships
Whether your organization is a purely public charity, educational facility or religious organization, Ms. Van Blunk can help you obtain real estate tax exemption for your property. Because taxation is the rule, the organization seeking real estate tax exemption has a very high and affirmative burden to prove it is entitled to real estate tax exemption. To prove its entitlement, an organization must meet numerous constitutional and statutory requirements.
Ms. Van Blunk can assist your organization in obtaining real estate tax exemption.
For residential property owners, calculate your assessment value to see if you qualify for a reduction of real estate taxes in Bucks, Chester, Delaware, Lancaster, Montgomery, and Philadelphia counties. Please fill out the 3 boxes below to find out if your property may be eligible for a reduction in real estate tax assessment. Enter numbers only, no characters, commas or decimal points.
In order to proceed with an assessment appeal, please contact Van Blunk Law, LLC by calling 484-441-3077 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you or a loved one has suffered an injury due to someone else’s recklessness or negligence, Van Blunk Law, LLC can help you get full and just compensation that you deserve. Pamela A. Van Blunk, Esquire understands that victims and their families’ lives were forever affected due to someone else’s actions. She cares about helping people and will fight hard to get the best possible result they need.
Van Blunk Law, LLC handles all kinds of cases, including:
- Auto, motorcycle and truck accidents
- Distracted driving
- Bus and public transportation accidents
- Bicycle accidents
- Premises liability
- Dog bite
- Slip and fall
- Sexual or physical assault
- Dram shop and social host liability
- Nursing home abuse and neglect
- Wrongful death
Ms. Van Blunk will ask the tough questions and get you answers from the ones at fault. She will help you recover full and just compensation for all your losses caused by the negligence or recklessness of another including lost wages and income, medical expenses, physical and emotional pain and suffering and, if warranted, punitive damages.
Ms. Van Blunk will diligently serve as your legal advocate through the entire claims and litigation process while providing you with a level of support that you need. She will listen to you and answer your questions and address your concerns so that you can concentrate on healing and your recovery.
Van Blunk Law, LLC takes all personal injury claims on a contingent fee basis, meaning you will not pay any legal fees, costs or expenses unless you recover compensation for your losses.
If you’ve been injured by another, please contact Ms. Van Blunk today to schedule a consultation by calling 484-441-3077 or emailing email@example.com.
Van Blunk Law, LLC maintains a solid reputation in the community for experience and results in matters of civil litigation.
Van Blunk Law, LLC can assist you in civil litigation matters including:
- bad faith including underpaying or under evaluating a claim, failure to promptly investigate and pay claims due, misrepresenting policy provisions, unfair claim handling, breaching duties of good faith and fair dealing and violations of consumer protection laws and the standards set forth in the Unfair Insurance Practices Act
- property damage including damage to real estate, personal property and motor vehicles
- real estate litigation including eminent domain, construction defects, boundary or possession disputes and commercial leases
- commercial litigation including business contract disputes, fraud and deceptive trade practices
Every client has different personal, business and legal goals and objectives. Pamela A. Van Blunk, Esquire will work with you to assess the facts, issues and law of your case to develop a litigation plan and strategy that works for you.
To schedule a consultation, please contact Ms. VanBlunk by calling 484-441-3077 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.