Andrew Doktofsky

I served with the New York City Police Department for twenty years. During my time in the NYPD, I was assigned Sergeant to the 6th Precinct in Greenwich Village, in addition to supervising narcotics teams in Harlem. I have seen just about everything when it comes to crime and New York police protocol. The invaluable experience I gained protecting the citizens of New York translates into everything I do.

Now, I help the residents of Long Island and the surrounding boroughs of New York through my services as a Long Island bankruptcy atorney, while also practicing consumer law and probate law. My goal is to help men and women emerge from their financial problems with a clear conscience and lift the heavy weight of their financial burdens off their shoulders.

My bankruptcy law practice includes all filings for bankruptcy both chapters 7 and 13 as well as the associated legal issues to your financial problems such as Loan Consolidation, Alternatives to Bankruptcy, Tax Debt, Creditor Harassment, Frozen Bank Accounts, Foreclosure, Medical Debt, Domestic Support Obligation, Mortgage Modification and many other related financial matters.

Filing for bankruptcy is not the embarrassing ordeal it was thirty years ago, especially with the dramatic economic downfall in the United States economy this past decade. If you are suffering from a large amount of financial debt and would like to know more about your eligibility to file for bankruptcy, I can help you explore your options and hopefully relieve some of the stress while also protecting your assets.

Call (631) 673-9600 to schedule a free detailed consultation where we can discuss your current financial situation and the options you have to make it better. I also practice consumer law and probate law for individuals seeking foreclosure defense, debt collection defense, lemon law/automobile fraud defense, class action law protection, guardianship, transfers of property, wills and estate planning and much more.