Saul A. Wolfe

Title: Founding Member
Company: Skoloff & Wolfe P.C.
Location: Livingston, New Jersey, United States

Saul A. Wolfe, Founding Member at Skoloff & Wolfe P.C., has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Lawyers for dedication, achievements, and leadership in real property valuation litigation.

Mr. Wolfe became involved in his profession because his parents believed that education was important. His parents were both immigrants and his father only had a sixth-grade education. His father used to say, “they can take away your money and your property but the one thing nobody can take away from you is your education.” His mother used to tell him that he was going to college even if she had to scrub toilets. As a result, Mr. Wolfe received a Bachelor of Arts in political economy in 1955 from Brandeis University. From there, he continued on with his education earning a Juris Doctorate from Harvard Law School in 1958. Upon completion of school, Mr. Wolfe was admitted to practice law in the state of New Jersey and for the New Jersey Supreme Court.

Mr. Wolfe became the founding member of Skoloff & Wolfe P.C. in 1961, where he remains to this day and has been involved with State and Local Taxation in New Jersey for more than 50 years. During his tenure, he became active in the effort to create the New Jersey Tax Court, drafted the original Rules of Practice and served as one of the original members of the New Jersey Court Committee on the Tax Court for many years by appointment of the Chief Justice of the New Jersey Supreme Court. As a testament to his success, Mr. Wolfe received the Mel Narol Diversity Award from the Minorities Section of the New Jersey State Bar in 2015. The New Jersey State Bar Foundation awarded him with a Medal of Honor for contributions to the advancement of the New Jersey Justice System and he has been repeatedly recognized as one of New Jersey’s foremost authorities on real property valuation litigation.

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