At the law offices of Nathan Erlich, P.C., we understand that a lawyer should be more than just a hired hand. An attorney should provide personal service that is dedicated to client needs, and quality advice and representation that will help to meet those needs.
For businesses and individuals throughout Queens and Brooklyn and across New York, we have a commitment to our clients that helps them reach the outcomes they desire.
With several locations throughout the area, we strive to be accessible for businesses and individuals throughout the area, from neighborhoods like Flushing to our office in Nassau County. Contact the law offices of Nathan Erlich, P.C., to speak to an attorney and learn more about our practice.
No Legal Issue Is Too Complex for Our Attorneys
We serve individuals, families and businesses throughout the area who need help with issues like:
- Filing for bankruptcy to get out of debt, protect a home or other assets and get back on the path to financial stability
- Crafting a strong estate plan or navigating the probate process after the death of a loved one
- Purchasing or selling a home, co-op, condominium, commercial building or business, or resolving any type of real estate transaction or disputes
- Forming a business or helping companies negotiate and draft purchase or sale agreements
We Pride Ourselves on Personal Service and Accessibility
When you have a legal concern, you need to have access to your lawyer. At our firm, we offer hours and appointments that are flexible (including evening and weekend appointments), and are designed to meet our clients' schedules. If you cannot come to us, we can often come to you to discuss your case. We also provide personal cellphone numbers to clients so that they can reach us whenever they have problems or questions about their case.
We also offer a free initial consultation to every prospective client. Contact our firm by sending us an e-mail or by calling us toll free at 877-518-7581.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.