West Point, New York Estate Planning Lawyers
More than 27 years of sports law background, having been a certified NCAA, NBA and NFL agent, and manger of a dozen LPGA golfers, and advised Olympic athletes, Mr. Tarone had been in the arena as a writer, a lecturer and attendee at symposia on amateur and professional sports law as well. A founding member of the Entertainment, Arts a& Sports Law Section of the Florida Bar, now a New York State Bar Association member Entertainment, Arts & Sports Law Section. Mr. Tarone also has Extensive experience in residential and commercial real estate, insurance, estate planning,...
Eric S. Shiller, Esq. has successfully represented over 18,000 clients to date. He has significant experience litigating matters in the New York State Courts. Mr. Shiller is licensed to practice law in the State of New York and the State of Connecticut. Mr. Shiller graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in 1995, and from Hofstra University School of Law with a Juris Doctor Degree in 2000. At Hofstra, Mr. Shiller was a Criminal Courts Bar Association of Nassau County Leon Stern Award Finalist. He was also selected to participate in the National Institute for...
Peter A. Hurwitz began his legal career working with his father, Martin Hurwitz, and became a partner in the Law Firm of Hurwitz and Hurwitz P.C. His father, Martin Hurwitz, established the law firm in 1955. The firm brought decades of experience with a strong commitment of expertise, competence, and the finest legal representation to its clients. Martin Hurwitz practiced law in Rockland County with both a respected and exceptional reputation by his colleagues, clients and courts. Upon retirement, the legacy of his law practice continues today with the Law Office of Peter A. Hurwitz. Peter A. Hurwitz has...
20 years experience in real estate transactional law and litigation, estate planning and administration. University professor teaching law classes in Real Estate Law and Wills, Trusts & Estate Administration. Experience in land and title issues. Serving the Westchester, Putnam, Orange, Dutchess & Columbia County areas. AV Peer Review Rated, Martindale-Hubbell Highest Rating
Mediator and attorney with extensive experience in prenuptial, separation, divorce, custody, visitation, alimony, elder, business, estate and other family law and adult family issues. Serving mediation clients in Westchester, Putnam & Dutchess Counties in New York and Fairfield, New Haven & Litchfield Counties in Connecticut. Disputes are stressful, and it’s important to make sure you’re comfortable with whatever resolution process you choose. During our 30 minute free consultation, I can answer any questions you might have and let you get a sense of what it would be like to work together.
"Finding the right attorney can be stressful and confusing, and lawyers are often only needed when something unexpected or tragic has happened. Whatever problem you face, whether you or someone you know was arrested, received a traffic ticket, was injured in an accident, or something else, Adam C. Neal Law is here to handle the problem so you don't have to." Adam C. Neal, Esq. is a graduate of both Fordham Law School and Columbia University and spent many years as a prosecutor for the Nassau County District Attorney's office. He has handled thousands of criminal cases, appearing in...
New City, NY Estate Planning Attorney. 35 years experience
4 Laurel Road
New City, NY 10956
New City, NY 10956
Estate Planning, Municipal and Real Estate
Albany Law School
Albany Law School
Ira M. Emanuel is an attorney with more than thirty years of experience in real property and land use law, estates and trusts, and mediation. He is a graduate of the University of Rochester and Albany Law School, and holds a certificate in mediation from Harvard Law School. Mr. Emanuel has a private law practice in New City, New York, where he has been involved with some of the most important land use projects in Rockland County, including the redevelopment of the Nanuet Mall in the Town of Clarkstown, a 500 unit active adult community proposed for the former Letchworth...
Michelle N. Daly, Esq. has developed an independent law practice by taking on cases from several legal areas; cases include estate planning, drafting contracts, negotiating contract disputes, criminal defense, personal injury, landlord/tenant cases, traffic cases, business creation and development, establishing legal entities, LLC filings and publication, and mediations, among others. Michelle Daly graduated from the University of Miami School of Law and is a member of the NY State Bar. Prior to law school, she studied history at LeMoyne College, in Syracuse, NY, during which time she studied at La Sorbonne in France.
Rick has over twenty years of experience in civil and criminal practice, in both state and federal courts. He appears in throughout Rockland, Westchester, and Orange Counties, as well as in New York City, and in the U.S. District Courts for the Southern and Eastern Districts of New York and the Second Circuit Court of Appeals. He specializes in estate planning, all trusts and estates issues and litigation, civil rights, criminal, and family law cases in trial level courts and on appeal.
George H. Roberts, Esq. is the Managing Partner of the Firm and has been practicing estate planning and administration since 1975. His emphasis is on estate planning and administration, elder law and school law. He also provides services in real estate and assists those clients who own a family business. Mr. Roberts was a Town Justice in Lewisboro for many years, and is also a Certified Hearing Officer for the New York State Department of Education.
Mr. Davis is a partner in the law firm Singleton, Davis & Singleton in Mount Kisco, New York. He specializes in the areas of zoning and real property law, as well as civil litigation and appeals in Westchester, Putnam, or Duchess Counties. Contact him for help in resolving a wide array of real property and land use matters; contract, business and construction disputes; landlord/tenant matters; adjoining property issues; and foreclosures.