Pulling For You means that you are serviced with excellence by a small firm which makes discerning assessments about the clients we represent, the costs we expend and the services we provide. Some cases require the services that only large, diversified firms can offer, but most of today’s challenges in the legal world can be handled by small firms dedicated to you and your family. Klose & Associates is that special firm with the experience, dedication and compassion needed to wend our way together.
The solution you select must fit the problem you seek to solve. Since 1972, our mission has been to Pull for You, our client. We believe that you deserve prompt, professional service, personal attention and an attorney to explain your rights, responsibilities, and options.
Whether you need a real estate attorney to assist you with a closing, a business attorney to help you incorporate, a personal injury attorney to handle a legal malpractice claim, or a real estate attorney to represent you in an adverse possession claim, hire a lawyer you can rely upon. By Pulling for You, we see our representation as a team, where we represent you vigorously, within the bounds of the law, relying upon each other to resolve your matter. We understand the law, explain the process, and take the time to understand you. When you hire Peter Klose, and Klose & Associates, to represent you, you know that you will understand each option, and the reasons for selecting that option.
For example, many of our small business clients seek our advice for contracts, daily corporate advice, and copyright and trademark protection. We have experience in both the registration of copyrights and trademarks and litigation involving unlawful infringement of intellectual property rights of both individuals and corporations.
From our law offices in Nyack, Red Hook, and White Plains, our experienced attorneys at Klose & Associates represent clients throughout New York, including Nyack, Red Hook, White Plains, Peekskill, Poughkeepsie, New City, Rhinebeck, Kingston, Hudson, Pleasant Valley, and Hyde Park, in business matters, real estate transactions and litigation. We represent estates before various Surrogates throughout the Hudson Valley, probating with efficiency.
We represent clients throughout the New York City metro area, including the Bronx, Queens, Kings and New York counties as well as upstate New York, in personal injury and medical malpractice claims. Klose & Associates will consider real estate transactions, probate matters, and complex litigation claims for clients throughout the entire state of New York in legal malpractice, including Manhattan and Long Island to Buffalo, and all point in-between.
We provide our clients with exceptional service, the benefit of our extensive legal knowledge and experience, and aggressive representation at reasonable rates. We use high technology with respect to document retention, trial presentation, and communication. If you have Internet service, we will communicate with you by e-mail and keep you informed as to the progress of your case.
For further information on how our experienced lawyers at Klose & Associates can assist you with your real estate contract, auto accident injury claim, or business advice, and for a free confidential consultation, call (845) 727-7727 (Nyack) or (845) 758-8871 (Red Hook), e-mail us, or fill out our contact form on our " Contact Us" page. Put our experience to work for you.
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