William J. Costello
- Lead Attorney -
It has been the role of my legal practice throughout many years to act as the personal attorney for you. Individuals, business owners and families often have an array of concerns involving many potential legal issues with numerous possible solutions. I always give the necessary time for consultation to determine what the problem is, whether it can be handled locally, and how best to find the proper solution, including bringing in co-counsel. If a trial is the best course of action, our office has shown the skill and willingness to go that route. We conduct all necessary research before proceeding to trial to be completely ready to present your position. If negotiation to settlement best fits your case, we will do what is required, while trying to get the best result for you.
While many law firms spend money on expensive office suites and impressive furniture, I have chosen to keep my office simple, enabling me to keep my rates reasonable. An old attorney once said that “the best file is a closed file,” and I will give you my best to close your file as quickly and efficiently as possible, so you can get on with life. As always, any discussions and consultations will be held in the strictest confidence, never to be shared with anyone. Ask about my annual legal retainer to greatly reduce your legal costs.
- Of Counsel -
Jonathane Ricci is a lawyer, licensed to practice law in the states of New York and Michigan (USA). He has a J.D. from Michigan State University College of Law and a Masters in Law specializing in International Taxation from Georgetown University Law Center.
In 1999, Mr. Ricci began his professional career at KPMG in the U.S. Corporate Tax Group and went on to co-found a cross-border law firm in 2003, Juroviesky and Ricci LLP, where he partnered the U.S. side of the law practice for 6 years. In 2008, Mr. Ricci started his own U.S. based cross-border law practice as the Law Office of Jonathane Ricci.
In the areas of real estate, business and corporate law, Mr. Ricci has represented clients in Canada and the United States, and provided U.S. legal assistance with setting up cross-border structures to hold real estate investments with three primary goals in mind: (1) Liability Protection; (2) Intrusion Protection and (2) Taxation Efficiency.