The law firm of Deutsch & Schneider, LLP has been in existence since 1957. The original partners were Peter Deutsch and Sidney Schneider who have passed away, but the name Deutsch & Schneider, LLP continues. In 1993, JOSHUA DEUTSCH became a partner. In 2005, BRIAN GOLDBERG became a partner.
Deutsch & Schneider, LLP consists of two partners, Joshua Deutsch and Brian Goldberg, and three associate attorneys. Additionally, the firm employs two paralegals and a support staff of ten.
graduated from Brooklyn Law School in 1988. He is admitted to the Supreme Court of the United States of America, the New York State Bar, and the United States District Courts for the Eastern and Southern Districts of New York. He is also a member of the Queens County Bar Association. His areas of concentration include mortgage foreclosure law, sophisticated real estate transactions and litigation, including contested foreclosures, evictions, deficiency judgments, real estate closings on all types of properties, closings, mortgage financing, title issues, leasing, estate planning, trusts, litigation and administration. He has represented national and local lenders, commercial and individual investors, numerous banks, real estate investment funds, major commercial and individual owners and operators in thousands of real estate, business, lease and loan transactions over the years. Mr. Deutsch has aggressively serviced a broad base of clientele, including the United States of America, major supermarket owners and operators, commercial real estate owners of shopping malls, apartment buildings, industrial and commercial properties. He has also represented many individuals on single family home, cooperative apartment and condominium unit transactions.
Mr. Deutsch has also lectured on Real Estate and Foreclosure law throughout the country and has spoken before numerous local audiences on estate planning and trusts.
Brian M. Goldberg graduated from Brooklyn Law School in 1999. He was admitted to the New York State Bar in 2000, and the United States District Courts for the Eastern, Southern, Northern and Western Districts of New York. He is also a member of the New York State Trial Lawyers Association, and New York State and Nassau County Bar Associations. His areas of concentration include real estate transactions and litigation, general foreclosure law, litigation, estate planning and administration.
Doris Barkhordar graduated from Hofstra University School of Law in 1999 and was admitted to the New York State Bar in 2000, and the United States Bankruptcy Courts for the Eastern, Southern, Northern and Western districts of New York. Her areas of concentration include protecting secured creditor’s and debtor’s rights in bankruptcy proceedings, appellate practice, mortgage foreclosure and real estate litigation and matrimonial law.
Sabbir Ahmed graduated from John Jay College of Criminal Justice of the City University of New York in 2004. He graduated from Touro College, Jacob D. Fuchsberg School of Law in 2007, and was admitted to the New York State Bar in 2008. He began practicing law at one of the largest Mortgage Banking and Foreclosure law firms in New York State, honing his skills litigating on behalf of lenders and secured creditors in all aspects of foreclosure law. He has represented Plaintiffs in foreclosure actions and has a broad understanding of the mortgage banking industry. He has diversified his practice portfolio to include defending individuals and corporate entities facing foreclosure. Additionally, he practices extensively in the complex field of Landlord/Tenant law, and litigates on behalf of Landlords and Tenants, in both commercial and residential matters, throughout the five (5) boroughts of NYC and surrounding areas. He also represents buyers and sellers of real property condominiums, and purchase and/or sale of Cooperative units. He also closes real estate deals serving as counsel for various mortgage banking institutions. He was born in Bangladesh immigrated to the US in 1990 and has continuously lived in Queens, for almost 25 years. He speaks fluent Bengali, and has great regard for the Bangladeshi community. His ultimate goal is to bring his legal acumen to the Bangladeshi people of Queens, and strives to continue assisting the members of the community with all legal matters involving real estate.
William J. Fielding is an experienced bankruptcy, foreclosure prosecution and defense litigation attorney, who has vigorously litigated on behalf of secured creditors and lenders and has also defended homeowner’s rights, with nearly 20 years of experience in these fields. Mr. Fielding graduated from Widener University School of Law in 1994 and was admitted to practice in the Courts of New York in 1996, by the Appellate Division, Second Department. He is also authorized to practice before the U.S. District Court for both the Southern and Eastern Districts of New York since 1997. Mr. Fielding has appeared before the Appellate Division, Second Department, as well as before the U.S. Bankruptcy Courts for the Eastern, Southern, Western, and Northern Districts of New York, along with State Supreme, Local District, Civil and Village Courts.
Our office support staff is comprised of experienced individuals in their respective areas of specialty, each having a minimum of 15 years experience. Our office is also divided into departments for real property transactions and foreclosures, bankruptcy, cooperative apartment foreclosures, assignments, REO and closings.
Deutsch & Schneider, LLP has participated in the requisite training program and has been approved by Fannie Mae to conduct mortgage foreclosure actions in the State of New York.
Deutsch & Schneider, LLP is also a founding member of the AARP Legal Services Network and participates in this program in order to better serve the needs of senior citizens and members
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