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Garden City NY Estate and Traffic Lawyer Michael W. Alpert

Principal attorney Michael W. Alpert is an Ivy-League graduate of Cornell University School of Industrial and Labor Relations with over 25 years of experience representing criminal and traffic clients as well as estates, beneficiaries of estates, and objectants to probate. With offices in Garden City, Michael serves Clients in Nassau County, Suffolk County, New York City, Westchester, and the Hudson Valley.

Why Clients Work With Michael W. Alpert for Traffic Matters

avvo-clients-choice-award-2021-michael-w-alpertMichael has represented a vast number of criminal and traffic clients in the Criminal Courts of Nassau, Suffolk, New York City, Westchester, the Hudson Valley, as well as the countless number of traffic courts and agencies throughout the state. He has attained excellent dispositions at various stages of the legal process for many legal matters, including DWI (misdemeanor/felony), driving with suspended license/registration (misdemeanors), reckless driving (misdemeanors), speeding violations, and countless traffic and moving violations. Count on an attorney who is familiar with the courts and procedures unique to these courts to obtain the most favorable disposition for you or a member of your family.

Why Clients Work With Michael W. Alpert for Estate Matters

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Michael has successfully represented estates, beneficiaries of estates, and objectants to probate throughout the Surrogates’ Court on Long Island and Queens. He has a keen grasp on the procedures that must be followed in order to preserve his client’s rights. He is well versed with both the Estates, Powers and Trusts Law (EPTL) and the Surrogates’ Court Procedure Act (SCPA).

In fact, Michael has often been utilized by the Nassau Surrogate’s Court as a Court-appointed Guardian ad Litem to represent the interests of infants, unknown heirs, and incapacitated interested parties to various types of estate matters, including probate, administration, accounting, kinship hearings, and infant death compromise. Michael W. Alpert is currently an Adjunct Professor of Criminal Justice at the CW Post Campus of Long Island University.

It is this multi-faceted experience that Michael will bring directly to your unique estate matter.

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Contact the law offices of Michael Alpert at 516-280-7288 or email