Amir Alishahi & Associates, P.C. was founded in 1991 to represent and assist individuals, corporate entities, businesses and institutions in all types of real estate transactions with our central focus in purchases and sales of residential houses, condominiums, cooperative apartments and multi-family properties in Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, Staten Island, and the Bronx. Our attorneys have extensive experience and a thorough understanding of real estate law which enables us to provide our clients with legal services of the highest quality.
We represent clients ranging from individual home buyers and sellers to the largest financial institutions, providing personalized legal services for each transaction. The firm’s attorneys and staff work closely with each other and with each client to provide the highest quality legal services in a practical, timely, efficient and cost-effective manner.
Amir Alishahi & Associates, P.C. takes a business oriented approach to identifying all relevant legal issues in a particular matter, but it is also our philosophy to personally hold each client’s hand throughout the entire representation process. For instance, when representing a client in a new matter, we will begin by giving the client an overview of the entire process so that as each step is taken the client understands what has been accomplished and what further steps still need to be completed.
Our attorneys and staff work especially hard to keep each client apprised of all significant developments in each matter and are fully accessible to answer any questions and eliminate any fears or anxieties that a client may have.
Although we provide the highest level of personalized legal services at Amir Alishahi & Associates, P.C., consideration is always given to the client’s budget. We allocate the appropriate level of attorney and staff support required to efficiently and economically handle each matter.
The firm’s philosophy is embodied in the following:
All Adam’s race are members of one frame;
Since all, at first, from the same essence came.
When by hard fortune one limb is oppressed,
The other members lose their wonted rest:
If thou feel’st not for others’ misery,
A son of Adam is no name for thee.
Translated by Edward. B. Eastwick