Mr. Fleischer is an associate in the Creditors’s Rights Department and Corporate and Estate Department. He regularly handles various title and foreclosure matters for the firm. The title matters he manages often involve mortgage priority issues, fraud, or erroneously filed mortgage documents. His foreclosure practice ranges from uncontested matters to litigated cases in both New Jersey and New York. He routinely appears in courts throughout New York and New Jersey on creditors’ rights cases either arguing motions or participating in mediations. He also assists the Corporate and Estate Department in drafting corporate agreements and Florida-related estate planning documents. These documents have included shareholder agreements, asset protection trusts, irrevocable life insurance trusts, complex wills, bypass trusts, advanced directives and powers of attorney. He has also oversees Florida estate administration matters and assists in corporate and tax related research.
Prior to working at Fein Such, Mr. Fleischer was an associate in a prominent elder law firm where he counseled clients in estate, Medicaid planning and probate matters. He also oversaw the firm’s probate practice and drafted estate and Medicaid related documents including prenuptial agreements, special needs trusts, personal service contracts and bypass trusts. Of note, Mr. Fleischer assisted in the drafting of a prominent treatise in Elder Law. He also gained experience in creditors’ rights law managing a caseload of uncontested and contested foreclosure cases. In law school, Mr. Fleischer interned for Justice R. Fred Lewis of the Florida Supreme Court and Judge Wilkie Ferguson of the U.S. District Court, Southern District of Florida. He also served as an associate editor of the University of Miami Inter-American Law Review.