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Our Team

The Attorneys

Expert Attorneys at Morgan Legal Group PC

Founding Partner

Russel Morgan is the principal of The Morgan Legal Group.

Principal

Immigration Lawer

Authorized to practice Immigration Law in all US States and Territories.

In-House Counsel

Clark has the benefit in working in family law, civil litigation.

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Why Clients Choose Us?

Our firm provides legal representation in all areas of immigration, consumer advocacy, debt collector harassment, corporate formations, business sales, bankruptcy, commercial litigation, and consumer and commercial real estate transactions. In addition, the Morgan Legal Group P.C. has represented individuals who the conduct of others and corporations has harmed.
The Morgan Legal Group PC is experienced in the latest technological advances in trial preparation, and, the emphasis is on hands-on personal legal service, unlike most other law firms whether large or small. With its main office in Long Island (near Queens), Morgan Legal Group PC has satellite offices in both NYC and Brooklyn.

FAQs

Frequently Asked Questions

Trust & Estate / Will & Trust

Do you need a lawyer to make a will?

According to the laws of New York, you do not need an attorney to write a will. All you need to do is write a document that declares in clear and unequivocal language that it is your will. You must sign it and date it in the presence of two witnesses.

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Trust & Estate / Power of Attorney

What Is A Power Of Attorney?

A power of attorney is an estate planning tool whereby one person authorizes another person to act on their behalf in a variety of ways. A power of attorney is the document that is signed that makes it possible.

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Trust & Estate / Probate

What is probate?

Probate is the court process where, after your death, the terms of your will are approved by a judge, and your assets, property and possessions are given out to your beneficiaries after your debts are paid off.

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Family Law

How Does A Family Court Work?

A New York court can make orders about the child's custody only until the child is 18 years old. The Court gives custody based on what is best for the child, this is called the "best interest of the child." If there is no court order, then both parents have equal rights to physical and legal custody of the child.

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