October 11, 2023Share
Kelley Kronenberg Expands Its Footprint with New York City Office
Kelley Kronenberg, a leading national full-service law firm, is pleased to announce the opening of its new brick-and-mortar office in the heart of Manhattan. Situated at 250 Park Ave., 7th Floor, Suite 7002, New York, NY 10177, Kelley Kronenberg’s new office is strategically located at the region’s epicenter of business and legal activity. While the firm’s multistate attorneys have been diligently serving clients in New York and New Jersey by appointment, this strategic expansion represents a significant milestone in the firm’s ongoing growth and dedication to meeting the diverse needs of its clients.
The cornerstone of this new office is Kelley Kronenberg’s General Liability Division, boasting extensive experience in New York Labor Law and Construction Accident cases. With a specialized focus on the unique legal landscape of the region, this division is well-equipped to handle complex issues in these areas, ensuring that clients receive top-notch legal representation.
With its existing team of experienced real estate and foreclosure attorneys and paralegals, and a proven record of delivering results, Kelley Kronenberg will also continue to solidify its position as a trusted legal partner in the New York Real Estate and Financial Services Litigation sectors.
Additionally, the New York office offers a unique advantage for the firm’s snowbird clients. Kelley Kronenberg’s Estate Planning and Probate Divisions comprise attorneys licensed in New York, New Jersey, and Florida, providing clients with a well-rounded and comprehensive approach to addressing their legal matters, regardless of their geographical location.
The New York office represents a significant milestone in Kelley Kronenberg’s strategic growth plan and its dedication to fostering strong client relationships in the Tri-State area. As the firm continues to expand its presence, it remains committed to delivering top-tier legal services with the highest standards of professionalism and integrity.