One measure of the success our firm has achieved is our significant growth, starting with one office in 2001, to now having offices throughout New York City and the World, including an office in Napoli, Italy and Miami, Florida. Sal Strazzullo has represented individuals with the purchases and sales of real estate in the NYC area and with purchases and sales of properties around the world.
An ongoing measure of success is the large number of referrals we receive from satisfied clients. A referral of a friend or relative is a vote of confidence from our clients. They trust the Strazzullo Law to provide quality legal services, with professionalism and skill. We are committed to earning that trust every day.
Our clients are important to us, and our experienced lawyers are pleased to help individuals in real estate transactions, divorce, asset protection/medicaid planning, placing an elderly parent in a nursing home, probating an estate after the death of a loved one, criminal defense and the cryptocurrency universe. In challenging times, our attorneys help clients move forward with confidence.
Salvatore Strazzullo is very involved with the community In New York City, particularly in Brooklyn where he grew up. He began the 18th Avenue Christmas Tree Lighting community celebration. He served as Vice Chair of Senator Marty Golden’s election campaign. Senator Golden’s concern for the elderly, and his efforts to protect senior citizens and promote independent living, as chair of the New York State Senate Committee on Aging, are goals that attorney Salvatore Strazzullo shares.
We invite you to learn more about our law firm and how we can serve you by reviewing the information we have provided on this Web site. Then contact our office by email or by calling toll-free (800) 476-9993, to schedule a free initial consultation. You’ll see why so many people have chosen the Strazzullo Law for help when they have a legal need.
The Strazzullo Law provides legal help to the people and businesses with attorneys in New York City (NYC), and reach in the boroughs of Manhattan, Brooklyn, Staten Island, Queens and the Bronx, and Nassau and Suffolk Counties, and Upstate regions of New York.