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PRACTICE AREAS

 

Family Law

 

The firm is prepared to assist clients facing legal proceedings concerning domestic issues including divorce, family offense proceedings, orders of protection, child custody and support. The firm understands the gravity of these cases and the high level of anxiety borne by clients who find themselves embroiled in a legal action with a former spouse or domestic partner. Finding competent and compassionate representation in these cases is of paramount importance and we are eager to assist in any way we can.

 

Criminal Defense

 

A criminal conviction can have both obvious and unforseen consequences for the individuals involved.  It is critical for you to obtain counsel immediately if you find yourself charged with a crime in order to ensure the best possible outcome for you and your family. 

I have extensive experience handling misdemeanor and felony cases in Dutchess, Putnam, Westchester, Orange and Ulster Counties. From first time DWI offenses to felony assault charges, the firm is prepared to provide the highest quality of legal services to you and your family.

Real Estate
 

We are available to advise and represent clients in the purchase, sale and lease of both residential and commercial property. The firm also serves clients in various landlord/tenant disputes.

 

 

 

Vehicle and Traffic Law​ and DWI

 

Located near the intersection of I-87 and I-84 and just off of the Taconic State Parkway, the firm is available to motorists charged with violations of New York's Vehicle and Traffic Law, which covers everything from speeding tickets to DWI charges. The firm is available to serve clients called to appear in courts throughout  Dutchess, Putnam, Ulster, Orange and Westchester counties.

 

Estate Planning

 

According to a 2009 survey, only 35% of Americans reported having a will and only 29% reported having executed a power of attorney. These numbers represent a substantial drop from the (already low) numbers reported in surveys completed in 2004 and 2007. No matter the size of your estate, the importance of planning for the future cannot be overstated.