Bruce R. Bekritsky maintains a broad based practice in Mineola in the heart of Long Island, New York State. Bruce enjoys easy access to courts not only in Nassau and Suffolk Counties but also in all of New York City and, as necessary, in other parts of New York State. Bruce is admitted to all courts of record in New York, the Federal District Courts for the Eastern and Southern Districts of New York, the Second Circuit Court of Appeals, and the United States Supreme Court. Clients contact Bruce regarding:
• Divorce mediation
• Divorce litigation
• Child support
• Maintenance (alimony)
• Custody and visitation
• Real Estate
• Debt collection
• Debtor’s rights and bankruptcy
The information you obtain at this site is not, nor is it intended to be, legal advise. No attorney-client relationship is established unless and until we meet personally. You should consult an attorney for individual advise regarding your own situation.
I publish this website as a service to clients and friends for information only. The website is not intended to be a substitute for specific legal advice or opinion nor is it a substitute for a consultation with an attorney who can analyze all of the facts and circumstances of your situation. The transmission of any information in this website is not intended to create an attorney-client relationship between sender and receiver. Internet subscribers and online readers should not act on any information in this website without consulting an appropriation professional. If you are not located in New York State, please be advised that Bruce R. Bekritsky is admitted to practice in New York State only and, therefore, is neither licensed nor qualified to comment about nor to provide advise concerning the laws of any other State.
The best part of practicing law is getting a good result for a client. The best client is one who appreciates that I have done my job and solved his/her problem satisfactorily.
He's very calm,understanding and honest.
Very flexible with his time
I like to get to know the client. First I want obvious, basic information, such as name, address, and telepone number. Then I want to know how I can help the client. I want to know what his/her problem is. Has process been served? Is there an action pending somewhere? If not, should I start an action?
Next, I want the client to know that what I am suggesting is the best solution. I want him/her to know that I know what I am doing, that my advice is correct, and that I can achieve her/his goal.
Finally, I want to know all the details.
BA, Yeshiva University
JD, Brooklyn Law School
NITA trial practice course
Numerous in service training and update courses.
Each actiion or proceeding is different. Call to make an appointment for full details.
People who have to get out of bad marriages.
Little children who have been the victims of abuse by their parents
Children caught in the middle of their parents’ custody and visitation battles
Fathers denied their rights to see their children
Tenants whose landlords don't provide essential services
Landlords whose tenants don't pay their rent
People buying and selling houses
Storekeepers who can't collect money owed to them
People wrongly accused of owing others money
And lots of nice people just like you.