Stacy Spector, Esq.
STACY SPECTOR, Esq. began her legal career as a law clerk with Kirschenbaum & Kirschenbaum in 2003, where she worked in the firm's Bankruptcy Department. After being admitted to the New York bar she became an associate attorney with the firm and worked in its Bankruptcy Department. Her organizational skills, strong work ethic, attention to detail and ability to efficiently and thoroughly complete tasks was readily apparent and she quickly became Chief Administrative Counsel to Kenneth Kirschenbaum, a United States Bankruptcy Trustee for the Eastern District of New York. In that capacity she has gained the respect of other Bankruptcy Trustees, the Office of the United States Trustee and the Courts. She has mastered the extensive administrative duties and reporting requirements in the bankruptcy process. Ms. Spector also handles preparation of papers for submission to the court and appears as counsel before the court regularly. She has conducted debtor hearings and been authorized to substitute for the Trustee at meetings of creditors.
Ms. Spector also heads the firm's Real Estate Department concentrating on residential and commercial sales and purchases. She continuously strives to achieve the best results for her clients. Her experience ranges from transactions associated with commercial buildings, private homes, mixed use properties, condominiums and cooperative apartments. Her attention to detail and easy going manner assures a dispute free successful real estate transaction.
In recognizition of Ms. Spector's strong organizational and administrative skills she was appointed as the firm's Concierge Program Coordinator for alarm industry clients and she has contributed to the success of the Concierge Program.
New York, 2004
U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York, 2004
Hofstra Law School, JD
University of Florida, BA with Honors
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