In April 2000, the firm emerged as a leader in tax and trusts and estates after several attorneys from a prominent Long Island-based law firm joined Moritt Hock & Hamroff. In 2006 and 2007, the firm continued to expand its area of practice by establishing not-for-profit, securities and healthcare practice areas. In 2008, the firm expanded its Garden City office space to over 22,000 square feet in order to accommodate its growing team of lawyers and paralegals. In February 2011, the firm continued its growth with the addition of a white collar criminal defense practice and, in June 2011, the firm committed to a permanently staffed Manhattan office, acquiring 5,000 square feet of office space to better accommodate its growing practice and client base. Since then, the firm has supported the growth of its Manhattan office with resident corporate, tax and real estate practice groups.
Throughout the process, the firm has sought to grow intelligently to meet its clients' needs, without outgrowing them. Today, we pride ourselves on being large enough to properly staff each matter, but small enough to continue to provide close, personal attention to each client.
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Robert Cohen is an excellent and experienced attorney with excellent communication skills.Read more
Robert Cohen is an excellent and experienced attorney with excellent communication skills.
Excellent people skills as well as legal skills. Strong focus on practical solutions to client problems.Read more
Excellent people skills as well as legal skills. Strong focus on practical solutions to client problems.
I've had the pleasure of working on several cases in which Theresa has been involved. She is an excellent and knowledgeable attorney, and possesses on...Read more
I've had the pleasure of working on several cases in which Theresa has been involved. She is an excellent and knowledgeable attorney, and possesses only the hightest of moral and ethical character. I highly recommend her for the top possible rating.
1.0/5.0 on 12/03/16 on 12/03/16
Textbook predators. This firm's entire business is about churning the client's bill, running up bogus fees, fear mongering, withholding valuable information and deception...Read more
1.0/5.0 on 10/23/12 on 10/23/12
They had a trust for approx. 10 months and failed to order an appraisal on the real estate property before the deadline to pay the estate taxRead more