At Young, Berman, Karpf & Karpf P.A., our attorneys provide comprehensive legal representation to clients in a variety of practice areas, and boast extensive experience in handling complex legal disputes, from family law to business litigation and probate-related matters.
Fundamentally, we are detail-oriented litigators who are flexible in our approach to any given dispute — when the circumstances (and a client’s preferences) require, we are capable of shifting strategies to maximize the likelihood of success. This “dynamism” is made possible by our highly client-engaged mindset. We work closely with clients (individuals and business entities alike) from the beginning of the litigation process to ensure that we have the information and understanding necessary to effectively represent their interests and that we can do so as their case matures, develops, and even veers in unexpected directions.
We have been recognized nationally for our ability to effectively represent the interests of our clients in complex marital and family law cases. We are not only well-qualified to navigate such disputes, but are sensitive and compassionate to the emotional struggles our client may be facing.
When a dispute requires further litigation in a higher court, we can capably engage the matter at the appellate level, having appealed numerous cases (both internally and those that have been referred to us through other firms).
Attorney Discipline and Bar Admissions
We represent attorneys who are embroiled in various ethics or disciplinary matters, which can be quite emotional due to how much is “on the line.” Effective representation in such matters requires knowledge of specialized procedures, which we are familiar with. We are committed to making sure that we do everything in our power to ensure that a client’s livelihood is protected.
At Young, Berman, Karpf & Karpf, we represent both plaintiffs and defendants in a variety of business litigation, from contract disputes to business torts. We are willing and able negotiators who are often able to secure a favorable, pre-litigation compromise that resolves a business dispute.
Our attorneys routinely assist high net-worth individuals and other clients with probate-related matters, from more straightforward cases to those that may involve conflicting interests, or interests that involve procedural or substantive complexity (i.e., the distribution of business ownership assets).