Zachary M. Eisner
Zack Eisner focuses his practice in three areas, real estate, estate planning / probate, and civil litigation, all with the focus on one thing – solving his clients problems. He believes that every client, no matter how large or small their issue may be, deserves personalized attention, the ability to easily communicate with their attorney, and a warm relationship with their attorney and their law firm in general.
Real Estate: Zack helps clients in all aspects of the purchase and sale of residential and commercial property. His training and certification as a licensed real estate associate under Hudson Realty also give him extra insight into real estate issues. He has experience in financing, condominium litigation, development and closings. Zack has also acted as counsel in loan origination and debt restructuring for clients large and small, with properties valuing tens of millions of dollars.
Estate Planning: A good lawyer must anticipate issues and draft accordingly, not only to be there to fight zealously for a client when a problem arises. In this regard, Zack is well known for drafting estate plans for clients ranging from young couples, blended families and high net worth individuals, as well as drafting ironclad trusts protecting client’s assets. He has extensive experience in all aspects of probate, administering an estate through the long and emotionally draining court process during times of need, as well as probate litigation.
Business Development: Zack has helped multiple internet start ups in fields such as e-commerce, and non for profit market intelligence. It’s a passion of his to build companies from the ground up, lending business as well as legal expertise, and in this regard he has helped create over fifty corporations for a variety of clients, as well as draft operating agreements and partnership agreements.
Litigation: Sometimes business and life bring conflict resulting in litigation. Zack approaches these legal issues with expertise in litigation and trial practice. He is adept in the Courtroom but has also written articles on negotiation and mediation demonstrating his ability to work practically to resolve disputes.
As a side note in Zack’s practice, he has an interest in sports law and has been published on the subject of NFL Concussion Litigation. See, “In the Arena” on NFL concussion litigation.
After graduating from St. Johns University School of Law in 2010, Zack clerked for the Hon. Judge Martin Ritholtz in Queens Supreme Court, Civil Division. He returned home to South Florida in 2014, and when not in the office can be found enjoying time with his wife CB and sons Judah and Noam.