A "lawyer's lawyer" is how others in the industry have described Mitchell A. Nathanson. Attorneys from across the country consider Mitchell their "go to" lawyer for their own clients when seeking to enforce judgments against debtors in New York State. He will leave no stone unturned when searching for assets, and his determination and perseverance combined with personal attention to detail are evident throughout the judgment enforcement process.
In 1991, Mitchell graduated from Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law in New York City, after earning a degree in Political Science from Yeshiva University in Manhattan. While at Nathanson, Devack and Memmoli from 1992-2004, he earned the respect of his peers for his integrity and legal acumen. Mitchell is admired for his straightforward and analytical approach to assessing and resolving legal issues. Mitchell continuously maintains the Martindale-Hubbell "AV" rating as a pre-eminent attorney and has developed professional and courteous relationships with the area judges.
It is a testament to his success that all of Mitchell’s clients followed him to The Nathanson Law Firm LLP when he and his father, Mark Nathanson, established their partnership in 2004 with a mission to ensure that each client’s problems and concerns receive the utmost care and attention. His clients include members of medical practices, banks and lending institutions, private schools, and commercial creditors in both retail debt collections and consumer credit transactions. He has received referrals from attorneys in more than 25 states on behalf of their commercial clients, assisting in collecting debts to satisfaction or settlement, via execution when necessary. He is often retained to sue debtors who may have assets in New York, and to domesticate sister state judgments pursuant to the full faith and credit clause of the United States Constitution, as well as for general judgment enforcement proceedings, foreign and domestic.
As a member of the Nassau County Bar Association, Mitchell volunteers for the Mortgage Foreclosure Defense Clinic, providing realistic advice and presenting available options to low income homeowners facing potential foreclosure or eviction. He also belongs to the American Bar Association, New York State Bar Association and The Commercial Law League of America.
Local clients from Nassau County and Suffolk County seek Mitchell's guidance to evict tenants and to defend against eviction in non-payment and holdover proceedings, where he serves as counsel for both landlords and tenants at the District Courthouse. He is highly regarded for his drafting and negotiating skills, representing either purchasers or sellers in residential real estate transactions, as well as landlords or tenants for residential and commercial leases.
Mitchell is active in community affairs and is known by the local politicians both as a lay leader and in a professional capacity. Not only have the local synagogues retained Mitchell for pro-bono matters, but the Rabbis have also referred their congregants to Mitchell for foreclosure defense, debt resolution, debt relief, debt settlement, asset protection, wills, estate planning and traffic violations, as they are aware of his calm demeanor and concern for the well-being of all clients of The Nathanson Law Firm LLP.
When not at the office or in court, Mitchell relaxes by watching the New York Mets. Even then, Mitchell remains accessible to clients and will respond to any crisis that may arise at a moment's notice.
• Private Schools / Yeshiva Day Schools
• Real Estate
Featured Pro Bono Activities
Nassau County Bar Association Mortgage Foreclosure Clinic
• Advise homeowners facing foreclosure of debt options and provide strategies for prioritizing debt.
The Eliezer Project
• Advise members of the Jewish community in Nassau County with financial difficulties in foreclosure defense, debt settlement, defense litigation and asset protection
Professional & Bar Association Memberships
• American Bar Association
• New York State Bar Association
• Nassau County Bar Association
• Commercial Law League of AmericaRead less
March 15, 2019
Mitchell helped me collect on a judgement and exceeded my expectations. I highly recommend him.
Mitchell helped me collect on a judgement and exceeded my expectations. I highly recommend him. Read less
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