Nazar M Khan

Nazar M Khan

Family Law Attorney

Brooklyn, NY





No Misconduct


Hindi , Urdu , Farsi

About Me

Welcome to my page and thank you for taking the time to learn more about my law practice. Since 2004, my office has represented individual clients to safeguard their rights in Child Support and Paternity, Custody / Visitation, Family Offenses, Guardianships, Juvenile Delinquency, Neglect & Abuse Proceedings, and Uncontested Divorce Proceedings. Applying rigorous energy, experience, and...

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Practice Areas

Payments & Fees

Payment Types

Cash, Check


Contingent (10%-30%), Free Consultation (30 minutes), Hourly ($150-$300/hour), Pro Bono (5%)

Client Reviews

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He is Kind and Trustworthy!

Posted by: a client about 7 years ago.

Mr. Nazar Khan represented me in my custody/visitation, child support, and divorce case in 2006 and 2007. He was trustworthy, knowledgeable, and...

He is Great!

Posted by: a client about 7 years ago.

Mr. Nazar Khan represented me in a Family Law case in 2006. He was a professional, curteous, and very knowlegeable attorney. I won my case. I will...
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Aashish Kumar Nangia
Aashish Nangia

Brooklyn, NY

About 5 years ago

Relationship: Opposing Counsel on matter

I have had the pleasure of working with Mr. Khan on a matter in the family court. Mr. Khan has excellent people skills and is very skilled in the...
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2005 License Status: Currently registered for the state of New York.
Last updated by Avvo: 08/27/2013
We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.

Work Experience

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2004 – present

The Law Office of Nazar Khan


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2004 JD - Juris Doctor (Dean's Honors) in Law

Washburn University School of Law


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2007 Pro Bono Recognition

Brooklyn Bar Association Volunteers Lawyer's Project


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2005- present Member

New York State Bar Association

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2006 A Landlord Must Act Reasonably When Responding to a Request by a Tenant Under a Lease to Assign or Sublet