Jesse Rose, born in New York but raised in North Carolina, attended Wake Forest... more
Jesse Rose, born in New York but raised in North Carolina, attended Wake Forest University where he received his B.A. in Economics with a minor in Computer Science. He also studied higher level mathematics while there. From Wake Forest he attended the Hofstra University School of Law. There he participated in the Political Asylum clinic, representing individuals who sought res... view profile
Trusts Estates attorney and litigator; licensed in NY, NJ, and FL. Areas of practice:... more
Trusts Estates attorney and litigator; licensed in NY, NJ, and FL. Areas of practice: Wills Trusts Estate planning Estate tax planning Business succession planning Surrogate's Court (Estate) proceedings Surrogate's Court (Estate) litigation Guardianship proceedings Guardianship litigation Frequent speaker on topics including estate planning, estate planning for the LGBT community, probate,... view profile
After a number of years at a premier international law firm, Laura left big law to... more
After a number of years at a premier international law firm, Laura left big law to open her own practice. Laura’s mission is to provide individualized, exceptional service to help clients realize their goals. She practices client-centered lawyering, educating her clients on their legal options which empowers them to make their own decisions. Her clients feel taken care of and confident in ... view profile
Garry Voskresensky, Esq is an attorney with a practice devoted to landlord-tenant... more
Garry Voskresensky, Esq is an attorney with a practice devoted to landlord-tenant litigation. He handles both commercial and residential disputes and evictions. He works directly with his clients to quickly and expediently resolve their landlord-tenant disputes. All standard evictions are charged at fixed/flat rate. Contact him today to discuss your landlord-tenant matter.
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