Since 2000, Abrams Fensterman, LLP has provided exceptional legal service to major corporations, small businesses, health care providers, real estate developers, families, and more. With strong Brooklyn roots, our full-service law firm has since branched out to serve New Yorkers from five offices throughout the state.
Corporate & Securities Law
Employment Law and Litigation
Divorce, Matrimonial, and Family Law
Government Relations, Litigation, Strategy and Representation
Mental Health Law
Real Estate Law and Litigation
We stress delivering the best results for our clients, all while providing concierge-level service. Our success depends on true collaboration with our clients and employing innovative strategies to ensure our clients’ legal needs are met. We serve as trusted advisers who are available to provide experienced counsel whenever the client may need it. Always a phone call or email away, our lawyers are true partners in every sense of the word.
Our principal goals are to provide the highest quality legal services available anywhere, be an instrumental part of each client’s success, and recruit, retain and advance the brightest legal talent. We seek long-term, partnering relationships with clients, to the end of providing the best total solution to their legal needs.
Abrams Fensterman, LLP Was Founded
Matrimonial Practice is Added
Mental Health Law Practice is Added
Abrams Fensterman Opens Brooklyn Office
Lake Success Headquarters and One Metro Tech Center Brooklyn Office Open
Abrams Fensterman Tops Long Island Business News Law Firm List
Expansion of Insurance Defense Group and White Plains Office Opens
Albany Office Opens
Expansion of Rochester and White Plains Offices
Howard Fensterman Recognized in City & State’s Law Power 100 List
Congratulations to our Managing Partner, Howard Fensterman, for ranking #16 in the 2023 City & State Law Power 100 List.
- The Ethics of Dealing with Capacity and Mental Health Issues in the Practice of Law – CLE – Carolyn Reinach Wolf
Lawyers should be familiar with the signs of “diminished capacity” that may be apparent when meeting with a client and how to address such a situation.
- Goldfeder’s Modern Election Law, 6th Edition – David Imamura Co-Author
Many members of the bench and bar have come to rely on this book and earlier editions have received positive reviews in the New York Times, New York Law Journal, the New York State Bar Journal, Ballot Access News, and the Election Law Journal.
- September Is Back to School But Also Suicide Awareness Month – Psychology Today – Carolyn Reinach Wolf
While September is known primarily as back-to-school month, it is also on the calendar for Suicide Awareness, an appropriate overlap especially given last fall’s declaration that children’s mental health was—and still is—a national emergency.
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Albany, NY 12207Tel: (518) 535-9477 Fax: (518) 535-9476
1 MetroTech Center
Brooklyn, NY 11201Tel: (718) 215-5300 Fax: (718) 215-5304
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Lake Success, NY 11042Tel: (516) 328-2300 Fax: (516) 328-6638
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Rochester, NY 14610Tel: (585) 218-9999 Fax: (585) 218-0562
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White Plains, NY 10601Tel: (914) 607-7010 Fax: (914) 607-3595