Wednesday December 12, 2018

Nelson Law Firm to become Prosachik Law Firm, PLLC

Allison Nelson ready to assume role with county Jan. 1

    Rebekah Prosachik

    Allison J. Nelson, managing partner of Nelson Law Firm at 209 W. Seventh St., Oswego, has announced that the firm will become Prosachik Law Firm, PLLC, effective Jan. 1.

    Rebekah Prosachik, an associate with Nelson Law Firm, will be the new managing partner of Prosachik Law.


    Nelson, who was elected Oswego County Family Court judge in November, is no longer able to practice law with her firm, and will assume her new role with Oswego County at the start of 2019.


    “Ms. Prosachik is admitted to practice law in the states of New York and New Jersey, and is fully prepared to continue to represent the established clientele and all matters handled presently by our firm,” Nelson said.


    Joining Prosachik are Nelson Law Firm legal assistants Sharon House, Amy Cote, Rachel Arnold and Rachael Parody. The staff of Prosachik Law Firm, PLLC have a combined 70 years of handling legal matters.


    Prosachik has represented banks and individuals in all phases of real estate transactions; municipalities in drafting local laws, zoning and planning matters; and the Department of Social Services in Family Court, Supreme Court and Surrogate’s Court. She has also counseled clients regarding estate planning, including wills and trusts,” Nelson said.


    “We look forward to maintaining the strong representation and reputation that Allison’s firm has been entrusted with and garnered over the past 20 years,” said Prosachik. “Our experienced legal team welcomes the opportunity to serve this community, and we anticipate this transition to be seamless for our existing and new clientele.”


    Prosachik received her bachelor’s degree from the University of Colorado at Boulder in 1997, and her juris doctorate from the California Western School of Law in San Diego in 2004. She was admitted to practice law in New Jersey in 2005 and New York state in 2008.


    Prosachik is a member of the New York State Bar Association, Oswego County Bar Association, and member of the board of directors for the Child Advocacy Center.


    Prosachik Law Firm will continue representing municipalities and businesses. They will also handle real estate transactions, estate administration, and estate planning, including trusts and Medicaid planning matters.



     

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Issue 160

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