Bertine Hufnagel is one of the oldest law firms in Westchester County. Our firm represents a broad range of individuals and businesses.

Since the firm’s inception, we have been committed to the zealous representation of our clients, the fulfillment of our professional responsibilities, and maintaining the highest level of competency in the areas we practice.

We are a general practice law firm, offering our clients expertise in multiple areas of the law. You can click the icons below to view an overview of the services we provide for each practice area.

Our broad range of services include the following core practice areas:

Wills/Trusts and Estate Planning

Our Trusts & Estates attorneys serve our clients across the continuum of estate planning and administration, and in all aspects of probate law, and litigation.

Estate, Gift and Income Taxation

Our Trusts & Estates attorneys advise our clients on strategies to minimize or eliminate taxes, and guide them in setting up their estate plans in the most tax efficient manner.

Commercial and Corporate

Our Corporate and Commercial law attorneys assist our clients in all aspects of their businesses, from corporate formation to advisory services and support.

Elder Law

Our Elder Law practitioners guide our clients and their families through issues which uniquely affect older individuals, including advance planning for unanticipated or known disabilities.

Real Estate

Real Estate law is a core competency of the firm’s attorneys. We are highly experienced in all aspect of residential and commercial real estate transactions both in Westchester and throughout the New York metropolitan region.


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