Since 1986, David A. Gallo & Associates LLP has focused on fighting for clients' rights. Our legal team has an excellent understanding of both state and federal law as well as in-depth knowledge of and familiarity with Supreme Court, Surrogate's Court and Housing Court procedures and rules. We understand that the rights and needs of the client are most important and to that end, our attorneys focus on achieving success for the client.

Experienced In Commercial Litigation

In addition to handling default services for lenders, we represent individuals and businesses in commercial litigation. This includes the full range of business-related disputes, from breach of contract action, actions for declaratory judgment, Yellowstone injunctions, specific performance, and shareholder disputes. A founding partner in David A. Gallo & Associates LLP, David A. Gallo has represented cooperative corporations in New York as General Counsel, attending monthly and annual board meetings, advising the board of directors and managing agents on issues relative to the co-op. Armed with this knowledge and experience he can help protect lender's interests and preserve your business.

Attorneys Experienced in Trusts, Estates and Estate Tax and Gift Tax

The laws regarding Estate and Trust planning, Estate Administration, Elder Care and Estate and Gift Tax compliance are complex. To help you navigate the complex state and federal laws, rules and regulations, and to help you transfer your assets to your loved ones and your designated beneficiaries with a minimum of tax and a maximization of control meet with our skilled and knowledgeable attorneys. Jonathan M. Cohen, Esq., a former Estate Tax Attorney for the United States Treasury Department, Internal Revenue Service and his team of skilled attorneys will be happy to meet with you for a free initial consultation to discuss your needs.

Contact Our Queens Office

Contact our law firm at 866-415-9391 to schedule a consultation with a lawyer. Based in Queens, we serve clients throughout New York state.