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Changes at Reisman Peirez…

March 29, 2012 Posted in: Our Blog

Over the past twelve months, you may have noticed some changes at Reisman Peirez. For those who we have worked with in the past, you will note that we have a new name, a new look, a new website and that two new experienced attorneys have joined our team; however we want to assure you despite all these changes, the important things have not changed at all.

We remain committed to bringing each of our clients the highest level of service while ensuring that each of our clients continues to benefit from our years of knowledge and experience in the New York and Federal Legal Systems. And from the additions to our legal team to our new website, many of our changes are going to help us serve you better.

We are very pleased to welcome Judge John Riordan as Senior Counsel to our firm. Bringing his experience as the former Nassau County Surrogate, he will be advising our Estates and Trusts Department. Brian Seltzer joined us in late-2011 as well. He brings his over 50 years of experience to our Business Practices and Commercial Litigation Departments. Key to our success is continual growth, and the partners of Reisman Peirez Reisman & Capobianco are pleased to welcome Judge Riordan and Mr. Seltzer to our practice, in order that we may bring their seasoned experience to our clients.

We are so excited to introduce our new brand, Reisman Peirez Reisman & Capobianco. In celebration of our thirtieth anniversary, we are updating our online appearance with our new websites www.reismanpeirez.com and www.rprfamilylaw.com , as well as a new logo.

We know how important it is to our clients that we remain current and accessible, and that is the very goal of our new site and electronic outreach programs.

Over the past thirty years, we have grown because of your faith and trust in our service. First, please accept our gratitude, and then know that we will continue to bring you our attentive service, years of experience and thorough knowledge of New York and Federal law. We look forward to continuing our service to you, and thank you for your trust for the past three decades.