Skilled Estate Administration For Union Members
Mineola probate lawyer Louis D. Stober, Jr., founder of the Law Offices of Louis D. Stober, Jr., L.L.C., is widely recognized as a leader in the representation of labor unions and employees on Long Island.
Mr. Stober’s expertise and over 35 years of experience are well-known and well-regarded by union members in practice areas of estate planning, estate and trust administration, probate litigation, and disputes over wills.
If you are a union member seeking solid advice on how to plan for your family’s future financial security, contact our Nassau County union member estate representation attorneys. You can call us toll-free at 877-791-8076 or complete our contact form to schedule a confidential consultation.
Experienced Representation Tailored To New York Union Members’ Needs
Louis D. Stober, Jr., has practiced in New York’s state and federal courts since 1984 and has a wealth of experience representing unions and employees. He is the regional attorney for the Civil Service Employees Association (CSEA) for Nassau County, representing over 26,000 active employees and another 25,000 retirees.
Mr. Stober has represented CSEA for more than 25 years, handling hundreds of arbitrations, trials, appeals and administrative proceedings with great success. He wins millions of dollars for union members every year. He also represents the Uniform Firefighters Association (UFA) in Long Beach and the School Administrators Association of New York State (SAANYS) as one of the organization’s regional attorneys.
Aggressive Litigation Representation In New York
A tough litigator who knows how to win, Mr. Stober takes pride in the success he has brought to the thousands of union members he has represented over the years. Mr. Stober is in daily contact with union leaders and is consulted on all union matters. He is also well-versed in discrimination law and has won substantial cases, including a $2,050,000 sex discrimination verdict for a female doctor at the Northport VA Medical Center and a $1,096,000 verdict for a female executive of Associates First Capital.