Aversano DiBlasi Law P.C.
At Aversano DiBlasi Law, we help individuals and small business owners in navigating through legal issues, finding the answers that they need to achieve a resolution and reach their goals. Let us get it done for you!
Responsive Legal Representation
Abraham Lincoln often spoke about lawyers and the law.
He said “Law is nothing else but the best reason, of wise men, applied for ages to the transactions and business of mankind.”
Abraham Lincoln also wrote:
“discourage litigation . . . persuade your neighbors to compromise whenever you can.”
At Aversano DiBlasi Law, we consider President Lincoln’s words are as wise and true today as when he wrote them. Many legal issues can be solved simply and effectively by reaching out to your neighbor first. Let us take that first step for you and use the best reason – the law – to resolve your legal issue efficiently and effectively.
At Aversano DiBlasi Law, P.C., the firm understands that a beneficial attorney-client relationship requires trust and respect between attorney and client, and open doors of communication.
We work hard and are committed to each client offering to you a boutique law firm experience and the personal attention your matter deserves.
Small Business Counseling
We practice primarily civil litigation, estate planning, and serve as counsel to small businesses. A Westchester County native, even if you have questions outside these areas, feel free to call us for a referral.
We can point you in the right direction and will try our best to help you obtain quality representation, even if it is not with us!
Dina Aversano DiBlasi
Dina began her career with an established White Plains, New York based law firm, having joined the firm after working as a summer associate between her second and third year of law school.
There she learned the ins and outs of the practice of law, often working late nights on a variety of litigated cases, and handling all aspects of a file from inception to resolution. She learned under a great variety of mentors and developed her own niche in the field of estate litigation as well as various commercial litigation matters.
Dina quickly earned the respect of her colleagues and became known before the courts as an effective communicator, having been recognized as a Rising Star in the New York Metro Area for four consecutive years beginning in 2015.
- Bachelor of Arts, Cum Laude (Boston College, 2004)
- Juris Doctorate, Cum Laude (Pace University School of Law, 2007)
- Admitted to Practice before:
- The Courts of the State of New York
- The United States District Court of the Southern District of New York
- The State of Connecticut
- She approaches each case with detail, focusing on how to maximize results and effectively
- She enjoys helping law students embarking on the start of their legal career.
“We are problem solvers, offering customized real value solutions to our individual and business clients!”
– Dina Aversano DiBlasi
If you or your business entity are involved in a legal dispute with another party, Aversano DiBlasi Law, P.C. can help be the problem solver. We can tackle your problem, effectively and efficiently to get it resolved at the lowest possible cost to you, given our flat -fee billing. We do law to get it done!
Probate and Estate Administration
Our firm can assist you in dealing with the legal matters involved after a loved one passes away. Handling the affairs and carrying out your loved one’s wishes as expressed through a Last Will and Testament (“Will”) is something we can take care of at a most difficult time.
Can We Help You?
You are a small business owner and have an insurance matter that you believe you should talk to an attorney but you are not sure what to ask about and how to get this claim resolved.
Small Business Planning
You have various legal form documents and are unsure of what to do next.
You are renting a space for your business and not sure how to negotiate the terms of your lease.
You want to plan for your family and their future interest but are not sure what makes sense and do not want to rely on estate documents you found on the internet.