Richard Prisco is an experienced lawyer who has provided legal services throughout the Long Island community since 1999.  He acts as both legal counsel and Village Prosecutor for several Incorporated Villages on the North Shore of Long Island.  His years representing the local governments of these communities have given him invaluable insights that greatly enable him to aid private clients with all matters before local governments.  His knowledge and experience assist clients when they appear before government agencies, whether it be helping a homeowner obtain a variance for a home addition, a business owner obtain a use variance or special use permit, a developer obtain approval for subdivision, or representing a defendant in court for an ordinance or zoning violation.  This government experience has also allowed him to provide solid representation in private real estate transactions protecting his clients from any government or zoning issues that commonly delay transactions from closing.

Richard Prisco concentrates and has experience in the practice areas of Municipal and Land Use Law, Real Estate, Tax Certiorari, Estate Planning, General Business Law, Contracts and Transactions, all associated litigation, and numerous other areas of law.  He represents individuals, businesses and muncipalities throughout the Long Island area.


Bar and Court Admissions:

New York and Connecticut
United States District Court- Eastern and Southern Districts of New York

Education and Degrees: 

JD from St. John's University School of Law, Jamaica, New York
BA from Fairfield University, Fairfield, Connecticut