James H. Cahill, Jr.
Cahill & Cahill, P.C., Brooklyn, NY
James H. Cahill, Jr. is a member of the firm of Cahill & Cahill, P.C. founded in 1905 with offices in Brooklyn, New York. The firmís practice concentrates on estate and guardianship litigation, estate administration, elder law and estate planning. Mr. Cahill serves as the Vice Chair of the Elderly and Disabled Committee of the NY State Bar Association Trusts and Estate Section, he also serves as vice chair of the Brooklyn Bar Association Elder Law Section and has taught at New York University as an adjunct instructor. He frequently speaks and writes on topics within his practice areas and has served on other committees related to the practice of Estates and Elder law. Mr. Cahill frequently handles high profile cases that involve the theft of funds from guardianships and estates. Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Cahill was a Court Attorney at the Appellate Division, Second Department.