Good New York Lawyer - The Law Offices Of Benjamin P. Eisenberger


Now in his 30th year of the practice of law, Benjamin P. Eisenberger Esq. offers experience, knowledge, compassion, insight and a common sense approach to his clients’ legal matters.

The firm’s practice areas are limited to the following general fields of law:

Real Estate: (House Closings; Coop Closings; Condo Closings; Real Estate Litigation; Office, Store & Building Leases);

Landlord/Tenant: (Commercial Proceedings; Residential Proceedings; Non-primary residence cases; negotiate leases);

Wills, Trusts & Estate Planning: (Wills; Irrevocable Trust; Revocable Trust; Powers of Attorney);

Probate & Estate Administration: (Estate Probate; Estate Administration; Contested Estates);

Commercial & Business Matters: (Business Purchase; Store Purchase; Share-holder Agreements);

Civil Litigation (primarily relating to commercial, estate & real estate matters)

Service to our clients is our paramount concern. We think of ourselves as an old-fashioned “boutique” style law office, not an assembly line law factory or legal clinic as is all too common today.

Essential to the delivery of client services is frequent communication with the client, prompt and full disclosure of the status of a matter or case and presenting all possible options to the client as well as the anticipated costs in order to ensure that the client makes a truly informed decision.

If you have a problem that cannot be solved without legal help, we will give you advice that is grounded in solid legal experience. Call for an appointment and begin the legal process.



New York Law Journal - This Week's News
Updated : Mon, 29 Oct 2012 14:57:36 EDT

Lateral Hiring Push Will Continue Despite Uncertainty About Its Impact
While most large law firms identify revenue growth as their top priority, many are falling short when it comes to monitoring the loyalty and satisfaction of the clients that produce that revenue, a new study shows.
Author : (Victor Li)
Publ.Date : Thu, 25 Oct 2012 00:00:00 EDT
-Judge Allows Use of Statement to Disciplinary Panel in Trial
Acting Supreme Court Justice Martin Marcus ruled that since the lawyer could have refused to testify before the disciplinary panel - although with potentially negative consequences - her statements were voluntary within the meaning of the Fifth Amendment and admissible in a criminal case.
Author : (John Caher)
Publ.Date : Thu, 25 Oct 2012 00:00:00 EDT
-NYCLA Committee Honors Judge Stein
The New York County Lawyers' Association's Committee on the Federal Courts honored Southern District Judge Sidney Stein with its Edward Weinfeld Award for Distinguished Contributions to the Administration of Justice at a luncheon yesterday .
Author : (Rick Kopstein, Photographer)
Publ.Date : Thu, 25 Oct 2012 00:00:00 EDT
-Landlord's Bid for Retroactive Exit From J-51 Program Denied
The owner of a Chelsea apartment complex cannot deregulate its apartments by repaying all the J-51 tax credits it received, a unanimous state appellate panel ruled yesterday, the latest in a line of decisions clarifying the implications of the Court of Appeals' 2009 ruling in 'Roberts v. Tishman Speyer.'
Author : (Brendan Pierson)
Publ.Date : Wed, 24 Oct 2012 00:00:00 EDT
-City Bar Recognizes Pro Bono Efforts
The City Bar Justice Center presented its Jeremy G. Epstein Awards for Outstanding Pro Bono Service on Oct. 22.
Publ.Date : Thu, 25 Oct 2012 00:00:00 EDT
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