Full-Service Law Firm in Great Neck, New York

The Law Offices of Ira S. Newman

98 Cutter Mill Road
Suite 441

Great Neck, New York 11021-3006

Phone(516) 487-7375 or(800) 206-7375
Fax (516) 487-0113

Law Firm Overview

The Law Offices of Ira S. Newman is a full service law firm based in Great Neck, New York providing a multitude of legal services to clients throughout greater metropolitan New York and Long Island.



The Law Offices of Ira S. Newman - Providing services in the following areas of law:

Articles Published by The Law Offices of Ira S. Newman

 Protecting Your Company's Legal Health

Introduction Avoid Problems with Preventive Law Smart business owners and managers reduce costs and avoid legal problems with preventive law practices. With the help of their lawyers, businesses can avoid disputes, injuries, and damage claims and can help strengthen their defenses when lawsuits are unavoidable.

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 Doing Business as a Limited Liability Company

Introduction Limited liability companies offer investors and business owners a new alternative for doing business. Although limited liability companies have existed in some states for more than ten years, they did not become popular until the Internal Revenue Service began to tax them as partnerships rather than as corporations. Limited liability companies provide the limited liability of corporations without many of the corporate formalities.

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 What You Should Know About Your Legal Health

Introduction As with your physical health, you can avoid problems by periodically checking your legal health. Areas to consider include contracts, consumer rights, estate planning, insurance coverage, retirement planning and wills. You should review your legal papers about once a year to see if the relevant plans and documents reflect your current needs.

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 What You Should Know About Obtaining Compensation for Your Personal Injuries

Introduction - Accidents resulting in personal injuries are a common occurrence in our daily lives. In addition to auto accidents, we may suffer personal injuries or property damage in accidents in the home, at business premises or on streets and sidewalks. Injuries may also be caused by carelessness of doctors, lawyers and other professionals. You can protect yourself by consulting a lawyer if you suffer an injury or property damage as a result of an accident.

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 What You Should Know About Buying a Home

Introduction Home ownership can provide you with many benefits: secure shelter, a long-term investment and tax advantages. However, a home is also a major financial commitment. There are ways to avoid costly mistakes that can strain your budget and your patience. This pamphlet contains tips to help you avoid problems when buying a home.

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 Firing Employees

Avoiding Legal Pitfalls When Firing Managers and business owners must take care that they do not violate employees' rights when terminating their employment.

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 What You Should Know About Exercising Your Rights as an Employee

Introduction Your rights as an employee are protected by federal, state and local laws. From hiring to firing, these laws provide numerous protections. Your employment rights arise from various sources, including legislation, court decisions, employment agreements, union contracts, company hanoks, and civil service rules.

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 What You Should Know About Guardianship, Living Wills, and Power of Attorney for Older People and Their Families

Introduction - Adults who become incapable of caring for themselves, their property or their dependents may have a -guardian appointed for them. However, guardianship can be avoided through tile use of living wills and powers of attorney. In such circumstances, personal preference can be respected without the need for court appointed guardians.

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 What You Should Know About Divorce

Introduction Beyond the considerable emotional pain, the end of a marriage is legally complex. This pamphlet reviews alternatives to divorce and failing these, the procedures for obtaining a divorce. Consult a lawyer if your marriage is ending. You will need sound professional advice to determine child custody, financial support, and make a fair division of the property of the marriage.

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 Collecting Accounts Receivable and Business Debts

Introduction - The Legal Aspects of Credit and Collections - To succeed, businesses must be paid promptly and in full. With the help of their lawyers, business owners and managers can collect promptly and protect their rights regarding credit and collections. This pamphlet reviews the legal aspects of credit and collections, including credit checking; collection letters, and collection lawsuits.

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