Centrally located in midtown Manhattan's Sutton Place area, The Gilbert Firm is a full service law firm dedicated to meeting the individual needs of our clients.  The Gilbert Firm provides complex, personalized legal counsel and representation with meticulous attention to detail, in the areas of:

  • commercial litigation,
  • contract negotiation and drafting,
  • asset protection through tax planning, business succession planning, and trusts,
  • trusts and estates planning and administration,
  • elder law planning and management,
  • probate administration and litigation.

The Gilbert Firm's litigation team specializes in engineering and construction related negligence, toxic tort and complex products liability defense and recovery litigation, directly and on behalf of subrogated insurers, declaratory judgment actions and other administrative proceedings. The Gilbert Firm will also defend and contest probate proceedings.

The Gilbert Firm's asset protection, elder care and estate team creates and administers trusts and estate plans, provides counsel to fiduciaries and probates estates. We will formulate and implement effective strategies for managing and protecting your business and individual wealth objectives. The Team takes the time to fully appreciate your personal and business goals, financial structure and unique family and business culture. We appreciate the delicate nature of the interactions that are often required to achieve results and will effectuate your intents with minimal family discord and business disruption.

To provide the most comprehensive personal asset management, elder care and trusts and estate services, The Gilbert Firm partners with a network of the highest quality and finest personal financial management providers, estate accountants, and personal care management service providers, to effectively protect the future of your estate and assure that your elder care interests are furnished with attention to detail, dignity and respect.





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