Browde Law, P.C.

Browde Law, P.C.

2 employees
22 years in business

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Browde Law, P.C. and its principal, Kristen Prata Browde, provide legal representation to both individuals and corporations, working to implement creative solutions to the problems clients have, both personally and in their business lives.  

As someone who has herself gone through divorce and the diffculties of single parenting, i find developing solutions and getting people restarted in their lives to be immensely rewarding on every level.

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Chappaqua, NY 10514
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What is your typical process for working with a new customer?

Just as there are specialists in medicine, lawyers often concentrate their practices in specific areas of law. Browde Law, P.C. has represented a wide range of clients, from individuals seeking a divorce to the defense of a wide range of corporations and individuals, ranging from defendants in defamation cases to a corporate director facing claims stemming from his service at a now-bankrupt corporation. However, it’s not possible – or advisable – to take every case that comes through the door. Why? Because it wouldn’t be the best option for you, the client.

We represent individual and corporate clients, aiding them in resolving problems running the full gamut of business and personal disputes. We understand that litigation can be very expensive, and, therefore, we approach each case with the perspective that success is most often achieved by negotiation, rather than racing to the court house. However, whether state or federal court action is required, or when a decision is made to try an alternative dispute resolution method, we’re here to help.

What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

I'm a graduate of Fordham Law School, undergraduate work was at Cornell University.

Do you have a standard pricing system for your services? If so, please share the details here.

Uncontested cases can be done on a flat fee. Contested matters are handled on the basis of an hourly rate, billed in increments of one tenth of an hour.