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At this time of economic and health uncertainty, we want to assure everyone that hiring a lawyer does not have to mean physically coming to our office. Much of our interactions with clients happens remotely, by email, phone, text message and even WhatsApp. We are prepared to make any consultation or client meeting remote, if necessary. Do not hesitate to call or contact us by phone, email or through our website if you need legal services. Thank you.

Hackensack New Jersey Based Full Service Attorneys With Offices In New York City

The law firm of Kates Nussman Ellis Farhi & Earle, LLP provides trusted legal counsel to individuals, businesses and condominium and cooperative associations across New Jersey and the New York Metropolitan area. The firm is proud to have produced positive results in a wide range of practice areas for more than 100 years.

Whether you need guidance regarding business formation, a contract, a business dispute, an employment law matter, a condominium or cooperative issue, or a family law/divorce dispute, our attorneys bring extensive experience and an emphasis on personal attention to every case. We understand that every situation has its own set of challenges, which is why we will take the time to carefully review your situation and discuss your objectives before developing a legal strategy that is designed to achieve your goals.

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Business &
Commercial Law & Litigation

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Condominiums &
Co-Ops

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Domestic Violence &
Divorce

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Employment
Law

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Estate Planning &
Probate

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Municipal Law &
Land Use

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Municipal &
Traffic Court

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Real Estate
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A Law Firm For All Aspects Of Your Personal and Business Life

In addition to the full range of business law matters, our lawyers represent clients in:

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Bullying in schools and workplaces

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Condominiums and cooperatives

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Divorce and other family law issues

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Employment law, including discrimination and sexual harassment

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Estate planning and estate administration

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Litigation from Municipal Courts to the State Supreme Court

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Municipal land use and zoning

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Real estate transactions

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Traffic tickets and municipal court matters

Often, a client who resolves one legal matter discovers it triggers the need to address a related legal issue. For example, starting a new business may create the need to rework an estate plan. Our clients appreciate having a single law firm they trust to handle all of their legal needs.

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The Unemployment Crisis

The Unemployment Crisis

Covid-19 was declared a pandemic by the World Health Organization in early March 2020.  Since then, businesses,both big and small, have experienced severe economic hardships.  Many businesses, deemed “non-essential”, have been forced to let go of their employees...

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Together, we can discuss your legal rights and the options to pursue or protect them. Call 201-488-7211 or use our online contact form to schedule an initial consultation.

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