Jeremy Goldstein-Taking on Cases Head on

If you are looking for a lawyer to handle a child custody issue, criminal matter, write your will or have any other legal issue, then it is easier than you think to find a lawyer in your community.


There is a new online portal available for individuals seeking the help of a lawyer. It was just launched by the Lawyer Referral and Information Service. It is a completely confidential service that is available 24 hours a day and they also have a telephone service available as well.


The technology was developed in partnership with which is a provider of marketplace and referral technology in the legal industry.


In order to use the online service you simply need to access the website and fill out the questionnaire. The State Bar will then review the completed questionnaire and find the best attorney for the case. The referrals are always free and if the person seeking help talks to an attorney, the fee is a low cost of $35 for the first 30 minutes of consultation. There is no pressure to keep the chosen attorney.


The New York Information Service has been referring attorneys to their clients for 35 years and its staff has handled more than 10,000 calls received form the public. The addition of the new hotline will make it much more convenient for the public to get the help that they need and much more quickly. The client referrals are carefully screened, and has also helped many attorneys to grow their businesses.


Jeremy Goldstein is an active partner at Jeremy L. Goldstein & Associates LLC, and he has been involved with many large and well-known cases. He primarily specializes in sensitive and corporate situations.He has obtained his J.D. form New York University of Law as well as an M.S. form the University of Chicago and a B.A cum laude. He has also attended Cornell University.


Goldstein frequently writes and speaks on the topic of corporate governance and compensation issues. He is also a leading executive compensation lawyer and is a member of the Professional Advisory Board of the NYU Journal of law and Business. He also supports charities such as the Fountain House which is dedicated to helping men and women recover from mental illness. He was previously a partner at the Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz law firm before moving on to found his own law firm.


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July 14, 2017

Posted In: Attorneys