Are you an owner of a closely held business seeking ongoing legal advice or in-house counsel?
Or do you have specific questions about facilitating transactions, estate and trust planning, taxes, or shareholder agreements?
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Attorneys who specialize in closely held business law help clients achieve balance between corporate governance, financial success, family unity, and business development.
Services are aligned to meet the specific needs and goals of each client.
Super Lawyers offers a free, comprehensive directory of accredited attorneys who’ve attained a high-degree of peer recognition and experience with majority-owned or family-owned businesses.
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Through the Super Lawyers directory, we index attorneys who practice quality and excellence in their work. It is easy to browse closely held business attorney listings in your immediate area, search for a specific individual referred by a friend, or start narrowing your search by practice area.
When you find attorneys who interest you, spend time and explore their profiles. There you will find the closely held business attorney's contact, education, and biographical information to supplement your research. Where possible, our profiles will also include links to the closely held business lawyer's personal biography, firm website, and other relevant information to consider.
Are you ready to take action? The contact form on an attorney’s profile makes it easy to connect with a lawyer serving Brooklyn, New York, and seek legal advice.
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Super Lawyers is a research-driven, peer-influenced rating service of outstanding lawyers who have attained a high degree of professional achievement and peer recognition. The patented selection process combines peer nominations, independent research evaluations and peer evaluations by practice area. Each year no more than 5 percent of the attorneys in the state are selected for the Super Lawyers list, and no more than 2.5 percent for the Rising Stars list.