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Legal services provided with the highest standard of excellence and quality.


Professional team qualified to practice law in several branches of law.

Lawyer in New York

Law Firm located in New York, specializing in local and international advice in several areas of law, such as Trusts and Estate Planning, Real Estate, Tax, among other areas.


Patrimonial Planning is the art of planning and structuring equity during its construction, preserving or transferring wealth to the next

The Trust is a legal entity by which the grantor transfers all or part of the property of his assets

Inheritance planning is a legal technique through which succession is defined before the absence or incapacity of the author of

We provide advisory services specialized in negotiations in the real estate market of the United States. We guide you through

The formation of an offshore holding company has numerous benefits because they are extremely efficient vehicles of succession. Holdings are

There are a number of different types of legal structures to do business in the US, including: sole proprietorship, partnership,


There can be many reasons for utilizing a trust. However, a Trust is especially useful for tax and estate planning. A Trust can ensure that assets are transferred from one generation to the next, without unnecessary delays, expenses and all in accordance with the Settlor’s wishes. Without a Trust, the transfer of ownership to the intended beneficiaries will have to take place through a lenghy and costly probate procedure.

A foreign corporation is useful in protecting a foreign’s person anonymity and privacy with his financial affairs. In addition, accounts which are held in one person’s name are subject to United States probate in the event of the owner’s death. This can result in lengthy delays in distribution to heirs, considerable expenses and often requirement for obtaining foreign legal documents and court orders.

For income tax purposes, a person becomes a resident only if he passes a test referred to as substantial presence test. Under this test, a person will be a resident for any year if (a) a person is present in the United States for at least 31 days in that year, and if (b) the following sum equals or exceeds 183 days.



Melleh Law Firm is devoted to providing high-quality work and the best in personal service to its clients. With several years of experience, the firm combines the accessibility and attentiveness of a small firm with the skills, experience and resources commonly associated with the larger firm.


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