REAL ESTATE & BUSINESS LAW

Whether you are planning to buy a new home or apartment, or sell or purchase vacant land, a commercial or residential property in New York, we can help you ensure that your transactions go as smoothly as possible.

The information on this page is meant to provide a brief introduction to our services. We encourage you to contact us to schedule an appointment.

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REAL ESTATE LAW

We guide clients throughout the process of buying and selling residential and commercial real estate in the State of New York, from initial negotiations to closing the sale. 


BUSINESS LAW

If you are starting or purchasing a small business we are here to help you from incorporation to contract to licensing and shareholders’ agreements.We represent individuals and entrepreneurs in many different types of New York businesses. We can assist you in the selection and formation of your new New York business entity. Whether a sole proprietorship is the appropriate vehicle or a corporation or limited liability company (LLC) makes more sense, you can be confident that we will help you make the right choice for your business. If you are considering setting up a new business and need advice call us to find out how begin.

If you are planning on purchasing or selling an existing business, whether it be a bar/restaurant, a deli, a construction or a flooring company we are here to help and you and guide you through the buy-sell agreement, contract and/or lease negotiations and the due diligence process.

If your new business needs an on-premise or off-premise liquor license we have successfully handled these applications and are familiar with the onerous process involved. The New York State Liquor Authority (NYSLA) requires detailed information about you, your business and your assets to consider and approve your application. The process is time-consuming and detail-oriented. Prospective licensees should get detailed advice and are strongly advised to secure counsel to help you avoid unnecessary mistakes and delays. If you are considering buying a business which requires a liquor license call our offices to ensure you are able provide the information necessary and meet the NYSLA requirements.