Jack Cilingiryan has been a real estate and bankruptcy attorney for over 20 years. After having worked for law firms and established businesses in 2000 he made the decision to establish his own firm, with the intention of creating and maintaining a small, high quality practice that would enable him to handle client matters personally. Mr. Cilingiryan frequently represents individuals and small business owners in their real estate and bankruptcy matters. He also represents business entities and individuals in State and Municipal courts in Passaic, Bergen and Hudson counties and throughout New Jersey.
Although concentrating on real estate and bankruptcy law, he also represents clients in a wide array of complex legal issues and is approachable to answer any legal questions you may have. He prides himself on the ability to carefully listen to the particular needs of his clients.
Mr. Cilingiryan received his law degree from State University of New York at Buffalo, where he was Articles Editor of the Buffalo International Law Journal. He also holds a bachelors degree from New York University. Mr. Cilingiryan has been an in house corporate attorney for a real estate development firm and collection agency.
J.D., State University of New York at Buffalo (1995)
B.A., New York University (1990)
State of New Jersey (1996)
State of New York (1996)
State of Connecticut (1998)