Legal emergencies come up all the time. For some they have to deal with a criminal charge against them, others may face a child-custody battle, for older people it might be needing help writing a will, for many people it’s those issues that arise when dealing with a landlord-tenant relationship. Looking for the right lawyer is a taxing task but is necessary when the situation arises. For those in New York, The New York State Bar Association’s Lawyer Referral and Information Service has simplified the process of finding the right lawyer.
The New York State Bar Association’s Lawyer Referral and Information Service just launched a new online product that is open 24 hours a day and is made completely confidential. The Lawyer Referral and Information Service telephone service is still available for those who prefer it. The Lawyer Referral and Information Service produced this new service with assistance from Legal.io, which is a referral management tech provider for the legal industry.
The Lawyer Referral and Information Service has simplified the process of finding a lawyer through this new online service. Customers would need to fill out a questionnaire listing their legal matter and home location. The form is then reviewed by a panel and matched with an attorney within the person’s community or nearby area. Referrals are free, but there is a $35 fee for 30-minute consultations.
Jeremy Goldstein of Jeremy L. Goldstein & Associates is one attorney who provides his services through this portal. Before starting his own practice, Jeremy Goldstein was a partner with Wachtell, Rosen and Lipton law firm. Jeremy Goldstein has overseen dozens of corporate transactions over the last thirty years. One of the first was the purchase of Goodrich by United Technologies. Jeremy Goldstein was appointed to the chair of the Mergers & Acquisition Subcommittee of the Executive Compensation Committee of the American Bar Association Business Section.
Jeremy Goldstein speaks and writes frequently on legal issues such as executive compensation and corporate governance. Jeremy Goldstein attended New York University School of Law, the University of Chicago, where he earned his master’s degree and attended Cornell University, where he received a bachelor of arts degree. He is currently on the board of several charities including the Make-A-Wish Foundation. He has been named on of the nation’s top leading executive compensation lawyers by The Legal 500. Jeremy Goldstein continues to grow his firm and work with new clients.
Visit http://officialjeremygoldstein.com/ to learn more.