Attorneys Who Practice in New York Must Have An Office in New York

The Second Circuit Court of Appeals recently came out with a ruling that upheld a 154-year-old requirement that lawyers who practice in New York State and do not live in the State must keep a physical address in the State.  Consequently, out-of-state attorneys who want to practice in New York must have a physical location for documents to be served.



If you are a New Jersey attorney or a Connecticut attorney or an attorney from any other state and want to practice in New York, there is a simple and inexpensive solution for you.

The answer is a Virtual Office.  At 4Corners Business Centers, we can provide you with a Virtual Office for as little as $79/month.  Need a New York telephone number?  We can do that too.  Need a Meeting Room to meet your New York clients?  Yes, we have that too.

4Corners Business Centers provides Virtual Offices and Meeting Rooms in downtown Brooklyn, right across from all the courts.  Visit our website, for more information and to sign up.