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Corash & Hollender, P.C. - Staten Island, NY

1200 South AvenueSuite 201The Corporate Park Of Staten Island Staten Island, NY 10314

Updated: 02/21/2023

Staten Island Bankruptcy Law Firm

Overview

Founded in 1977, Corash & Hollender, P.C. is one of the oldest firms in Staten Island. The firm takes pride in its reputation of providing highly personalized service to its clients, and to succeeding generations of clients. Attorneys, Accountants, and other Professionals regularly refer clients to us for our particular areas of expertise. Client satisfaction is our objective, and client referrals are a large source of our business...

Founded in 1977, Corash & Hollender, P.C. is one of the oldest firms in Staten Island. The firm takes pride in its reputation of providing highly personalized service to its clients, and to succeeding generations of clients. Attorneys, Accountants, and other Professionals regularly refer clients to us for our particular areas of expertise. Client satisfaction is our objective, and client referrals are a large source of our business.

Each attorney has his or her particular area of expertise including Business Law, Bankruptcy, Debt Settlement, Real Estate, Mortgage Modification, Wills and Estates, Divorce and Family Law, Litigation and Immigration. The firm seeks the most cost-effective method of resolving a client’s issues, and prides itself on looking for practical solutions. Tools include litigation, arbitration, mediation, and negotiations.

In the truest sense, we consider ourselves Attorneys and Counselors at Law. We look forward to developing long-term relationships with all of our clients and their families.

Staten Island Lawyers

About Corash & Hollender, P.C.

Practice Areas

  • Bankruptcy

Published Works

  • Bankruptcy Notes: Professional Edition, Corash & Hollender, February, 2000
  • Criminal Consequences of Concealing Assets in Bankruptcy, New York Law Journal, June 2, 1998
  • How to Get Paid in a Bankruptcy Case Part I, New York Law Journal, October 15, 1999
  • How to Get Paid in a Bankruptcy Case Part II, New York Law Journal, October 18, 1999
  • Bankruptcy Reform '94 - Something for Everyone, New York State Bar Journal, March/April, 1995

Office Information

Address

1200 South AvenueSuite 201The Corporate Park Of Staten Island Staten Island, NY 10314

Fax

  • 718-273-4847

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