When it comes to protecting your rights, freedoms, property, requests, and loved ones, no other firm works as hard and resolutely as McCallion & Associates. Our attorneys are committed to providing uncompromising representation and services to each and every one of our clients. Whether you are seeking legal guidance for employment law matters or estate planning, we are readily available to offer exceptional and resolute advocacy. Our aim is to make sure that our clients receive reliable and personalized counsel that actualizes their objectives.

At McCallion & Associates, you will find a team of professionals intent on delivering the best options and solutions for your legal matter. Located in New York City, NY, our expert attorneys and staff have assisted numerous clients with discrimination in the workplace, wrongful discharge, wills, trusts and probate litigation, estate planning, and more. Contact our New York City office today to schedule an in-depth consultation.

Employment Law

The employment laws in New York protect employees from certain actions and issues that can take place in the workplace. It is unfortunate that in today’s day and age, discrimination, harassment, wrongful discharge, and other unlawful concerns still exist in places of employment. If you are experiencing an unlawful action or your rights are being violated at work, it is imperative to consult with an employment lawyer who is vastly familiar with employment law.

Our employment lawyer with McCallion & Associates has represented many clients dealing with workplace inequality, harassment, and unethical practices. Regardless of gender, race, sexual orientation, age, and disability, you have rights in the workplace. As such, if your rights are being infringed upon, we are here to help you fight against any legal injustice at work.


If an employee is treated unfavorably or adversely, it can trigger the misdeed of discrimination. Discrimination can take various forms in the workplace. If an employer fails to hire, promote, or provide a fair wage, the employee may have grounds for discrimination. The law in New York City protects employees from discrimination arising from race, skin color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, religion, and other aspects and personal characteristics. It is illegal to discriminate in the workplace. Therefore, if you believe that you are facing discrimination at work, it is strongly advised to enlist the assistance of an employment lawyer. Our employment lawyer at McCallion & Associates can assess your circumstance and determine whether any form of discrimination is transpiring. You can rest assured that we have successfully assisted numerous clients with discrimination in the workplace.

Wrongful Discharge

In New York, employment agreements are essential. If there is no employment agreement between an employer and employee, it can be difficult to identify the actual terms of employment. If your employment is terminated, determining whether your position was wrongfully terminated can be quite challenging. However, if it is evident that you were wrongfully discharged, you could still bring a lawsuit with the help of a wrongful discharge lawyer. Having a written employment contract that specifies your employment terms and conditions, however, can significantly increase your chances of winning your case. If you believe that you have been wrongfully discharged, contact a wrongful discharge lawyer as soon as possible to discuss the best course of action.  

What Protections Are In Place For Employees Under New York And Federal Law?

Employees are protected by both New York and federal law from discrimination, harassment and wrongful discharge (firing). What Qualifies As Workplace Discrimination? An employee has a claim from workplace discrimination when he or she is subject to discrimination based on race, gender, age, religion, sexual orientation or disability.

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Wills and Trusts

Planning for the future by having a will and trust in place is a significant initiative. It is one of the most important actions you can take since wills and trusts are designed to transfer assets to loved ones, friends, and/or charities. By implementing these tools, you can efficiently and effectively transfer your assets to those you intend. In order to create a secure and reliable transfer of assets, it is essential to hire a wills and trusts lawyer. At McCallion & Associates, our wills and trusts lawyer will attentively listen to your goals, requests, needs, and wishes to incorporate and structure a will and trust into your estate plan that fits your objectives. Contact us today to schedule a consultation with our wills and trusts lawyer.  

Estates, Trusts, And Probate Litigation

Estates, trusts, and probate litigation is a specialized area of practice. It involves the resolution of matters and issues concerning estates, trusts, and probate in proceedings. When an estate or probate matter cannot be resolved outside of court, it may be necessary to litigate it in court. As a result, it is crucial to hire an experienced estates, trusts, and probate litigation lawyer. These types of proceedings require an understanding and compassionate estates, trusts, and probate litigation lawyer to help guide the case since these matters can be sensitive in nature. At McCallion & Associates, our estates, trusts, and probate litigation lawyers are dedicated attorneys who recognize the importance of being respectful and considerate. When a dispute or contest develops, it is important to choose an estates, trusts, and probate litigation lawyer that you can trust and depend on.

What Happens When Someone Dies Without Proper Estate Planning In Place In NY?

When someone dies in New York without a will, which is known as “dying intestate,” a family member should start a probate proceeding in Surrogate’s Court, seeking Letters Testamentary so that the decedent’s estate can be probated.

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