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Stram Law assists individuals with their legal needs.  We know how unsettling it can be to be confronted with a legal issue and oftentimes difficult to find someone you trust to handle it.  We want you to consider us as a resource for any matter.  We are willing to assist or refer for any legal issue that may arise in your life.


Stram Law has negotiated, drafted and/or reviewed thousands of contracts, agreements and legal documents of all kinds. 

Besides drafting and negotiating, we provide a contract review service, another set of eyes that will painstakingly review your document so that you don’t sign anything that is not in your best interests.   We offer very reasonable rates for thorough analysis, review and rapid turnaround and advice for all legal documents.


We represent buyers and sellers, landlords and tenants, of condominiums, cooperatives and houses throughout the metropolitan area and beyond.

Each stage of the transaction is carefully explained, and the client is guided through the process with as much – or as little – detail as requested, depending on the client’s preferences.  Buying or renting, selling or leasing real estate is one of the biggest transactions of your life.  We pride ourselves on making the experience smooth and clear.


Planning for the future can be a very difficult undertaking.  Stram Law helps people understand the options available to them, offers advice and assists in mapping out the best directions, and helps draft the proper documents to protect you and your family.

Estate planning services includes the preparation of wills, medical powers of attorney, healthcare directives, cohabitation agreements, living wills and some trusts.


We have successfully assisted clients with a wide variety and assortment of legal needs including, but not limited to:

  • Representation in front of the New York State Liquor License Board
  • Uncontested divorce
  • Landlord-tenant disputes
  • Property lien removals
  • Business disputes


We have mediated disputes in community centers and Brooklyn civil court between landlords and tenants, neighbors, spouses, business partners, vendors and consumers, and employees and employers.

Mediation is a private, voluntary, informal but structured process where the mediator assists the participants to resolve their dispute in a manner acceptable to all. The parties are more satisfied with the final agreement, because they created it, and are, therefore, more likely to comply with its terms.

We mediate a wide range of civil disputes, including:

  • Child custody and visitation and/or child support
  • Co-Parenting Agreements
  • Alimony or spousal support
  • Disputes between parents and teenage or adult children
  • Cohabitation Agreements
  • Prenuptial and Postnuptial Agreement
  • Domestic Partnership Agreements
  • Landlord-tenant mediation

Also, if you are considering filing for divorce or are already a party to a matrimonial dispute, but you would like to resolve your differences while maintaining a positive, or at least civilized, relationship with your ex-spouse, you may want to consider divorce mediation as an alternative to the traditional divorce process. In addition to reducing the emotional and financial costs of divorce, mediation can give you more control over the outcome, so that decisions about custody, support and property are not entrusted to a judge.

Benefits of mediating your divorce include:

  • Improved relationships between children and both parents
  • Significant cost savings (avoid the adversarial costs of pleadings, motions, court appearances, investigations, etc.)
  • Significant time savings (avoid the time and stress of litigation)
  • More control over your decisions
  • Privacy as you work out an agreement in an open, cooperative atmosphere
  • Assistance in keeping emotions separate from practical decisions
  • Ability to resolve future issues in your agreement, thereby avoiding later disagreement
  • An informed process, so that each person fully understands the consequences of their decisions

In mediation, we act as a third party neutral, working with you and any other party to find cooperative ways to resolve your differences. We do not provide legal advice to either party, do not consider evidence or testimony, and do not render a decision for you. Instead, we help you work with the other parties to the mediation to find solutions that are satisfactory to everyone involved.

You may choose to be represented by a lawyer in mediation, but it is not required. If you reach agreement on the issues, we will prepare an agreement setting forth the terms, which will then become enforceable in a court of law.


We use the most appropriate and cost-effective legal methods to collect debts and retrieve money you are owed.