Maine, New York Real Estate Lawyers
Chris is a former prosecutor in the Broome County District Attorney's Office who handled thousands of criminal and domestic violence cases. From traffic tickets to Felony Driving While Intoxicated, Violent Assault and First Degree Rape. Chris has brought over 100 cases to trial. His work on both sides of the courtroom gives him the knowledge and experience to help you mount an aggressive defense against a wide range of charges.
I have received top ratings from three major lawyer peer rating services: Avvo.com (Superb); Martindale-Hubbell (AV Rating); Super Lawyers of Upstate New York (Environmental Law--four years running); and Best Lawyers in America (Land Use Law). I have more than 44 years of experience in helping clients resolve complex environmental, regulatory, land use, and economic development challenges. Prevailing legal fees in Upstate New York are significantly lower than those charged in New York City, Philadelphia, and other major cities.
Hayden R. Brainard, Jr. is a Partner in Miller Mayer’s Corporate Law and Intellectual Property practice groups. Mr. Brainard focuses his practice on corporate law. Mr. Brainard’s corporate practice includes advising entrepreneurs and small and medium size businesses in business formation and governance, employment matters, commercial real estate, mergers and acquisitions, licensing, succession planning, and financing, including venture capital. Mr. Brainard also practices intellectual property law, including advising clients in intellectual property protection, trademark and copyright registration, licensing, negotiation and preparation of software development and service agreements. Mr. Brainard is a member of the New York...
Ms. Rothman advises clients in all aspects of estate planning with an emphasis on drafting wills and trusts tailored to individual clients’ needs, including protecting and providing for family members, carrying out charitable intentions, and minimizing tax obligations. Ms. Rothman also represents buyers and sellers of residential and commercial real estate throughout Tompkins County and the surrounding areas, and represents executors and trustees in connection with estate administration matters including Surrogate's Court proceedings, tax filings and post-mortem planning.
Mr. Eberle advises clients in all aspects of estate planning with an emphasis on drafting wills and trusts tailored to individual client needs while minimizing tax obligations. Mr. Eberle also represents buyers and sellers of residential real estate throughout Tompkins County and the surrounding areas, and represents executors and trustees in connection with estate administration matters including Surrogate's Court proceedings, estate tax filings and post-mortem planning. Prior to joining Miller Mayer, Mr. Eberle represented clients in a wide range of tax controversy matters before the Internal Revenue Service and the United States Tax Court.
Mr. Miller is one of the founding partners of Miller Mayer, LLP. Mr. Miller’s practice is concentrated in the areas of matrimonial law and real estate. Mr. Miller has earned a reputation as one of Ithaca’s premier matrimonial attorneys with extensive trial experience. In addition to his work with Miller Mayer, Mr. Miller has also taught at Ithaca College, was the City Prosecutor for the City of Ithaca, was an Assistant District Attorney for Tompkins County and has served on the board of directors of several not-for-profit organizations.
Nathan J. Cook is an Attorney Of Counsel in Miller Mayer’s Business Law, Real Estate, and Intellectual Property practice groups. Mr. Cook focuses his practice on business, finance, real estate, and intellectual property law. Mr. Cook’s business and finance practice includes advising entrepreneurs and businesses in formation and governance, employment matters, mergers and acquisitions, licensing, succession planning, and financing, including venture capital. Mr. Cook’s real estate practice includes representing buyers and sellers of residential and commercial real estate throughout Central New York and the Southern Tier. Mr. Cook’s intellectual property...