Alan graduated cum laude from Brooklyn College in 1970, and from Rutgers Law School in 1973. He has been practicing law for more than 40 years. For over 25 years, Alan's practice has focused almost exclusively on transactional real estate.
Alan has decades of experience representing purchasers and sellers of real property, including individuals buying or selling homes, apartments, condominiums, or co-ops in New York, as well as large-scale investors and developers in the purchase and sale of commercial properties, including shopping centers, office buildings, and hotels, both in New York and nationally. In connection with these large commercial real estate transactions, Alan also routinely helps to facilitate 1031 like-kind exchanges.
Whether representing an individual buying or selling a home for the first time, or an experienced investor in a large commercial property transaction, Alan gives each matter his personal attention and focuses on providing top-notch representation in an efficient and cost-effective manner. No matter the size of the deal, Alan's priority is to achieve the best result for the client.
Nick received his law degree from St. John's University School of Law in 2010, where he served as Managing Editor of the Law Review.
Before joining the Law Office of Alan Merovitch, Nick was a senior litigation associate in the New York City office of Winston & Strawn LLP, where he predominantly represented large national and international corporations in complex commercial litigation at both the state and federal levels. As a transactional real estate practitioner, Nick uses his litigation experience to help clients identify and resolve potential issues in advance.
Prior to starting his legal career, Nick obtained his Bachelor of Science degree from the United States Military Academy at West Point. After graduation, he served for more than seven years in the United States Army as an aviation officer and AH-64D Apache Longbow helicopter pilot. Nick served two tours of duty in Iraq and attained the rank of Captain before leaving the Army to pursue his legal career.