About Bruce Bekritsky

Bruce Robert Bekritsky, admitted in New York State, the Federal District Courts for the Southern and Eastern Districts of New York, the Second Circuit Court of Appeals, and the United States Supreme Court, maintains a broad based practice in Mineola in the heart of Long Island, New York State. He enjoys easy access to courts not only in Nassau and Suffolk Counties but also in all of New York City and, as necessary, in other parts of New York State.

Bruce R. Bekritsky’s areas of practice include matrimonial and family law; commercial collections and foreclosures; real property sales and landlord-tenant proceedings.

Mr. Bekritsky’s background includes training at the prestigious National Institute of Trial Advocacy (NITA) where practicing lawyers are taught the fine nuances of litigation.

Mr. Bekritsky’s over forty years’ experience include representing New York City’s poor in actions for better housing, health care, and food for deprived families, defending the rights of officers in Federal and State Courts, appeals not only before the First and Second Departments but also in New York’s highest court, the Court of Appeals, and the Federal Second Circuit.

Mr. Bekritsky has edited some nineteen Articles of Bender’s Forms for the Civil Practice, Bender’s Forms of Pleading, and Bender’s Forms for the Consolidated Laws.

Mr. Bekritsky and his wife live in Queens, New York, where they are involved in various communal and religious activities.