Jeremy Goldstein, Member of the New York State Bar Association

Getting a lawyer to handle your legal issues like landlord-tenant problems, child custody issues, criminal issues, or write your will or any other legal matter in New York has now become an easy task. New York residents can now easily find a qualified and registered lawyer to take care of their legal issues. The online portal launched by the New York State Bar Association’s trusted Lawyer Referral and Information Service (LRIS) is available round the clock seven days a week. Clients can reach LRIS using where they will be required to fill in a questionnaire or make a phone call.


Claire P. Gutekunst who is the State Bar President said that all lawyers that they work with like Jeremy Goldstein have been vetted and found fit to serve the public. This online technology is a product of the partnership between New York State Bar Association and Client’s request will have to go through the following step before getting a lawyer. The client fills a questionnaire, the questionnaire gets reviewed to match with a relevant attorney, and then the request will be forwarded to the client’s county. Customers will pay $35 consultation fee for the first 30 minutes if they talk to the lawyer. The other charges will depend on how the individual and the attorney will agree.


Jeremy Goldstein is a member of the New York State Bar Association. Mr. Jeremy Goldstein sharpened his law skills in the New York University School of Law after graduating from Cornell University and the University of Chicago.


Jeremy Goldstein currently works for Jeremy L. Goldstein & Associates LLC where he is also a partner. This law firm specializes in giving advice to CEO’s, compensation committees, corporations, and management teams. Mr. Jeremy Goldstein has contributed to some of the largest business acquisitions in the region like the one of Goodrich and United Technologies.


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