Gaitree Bhoge is an experienced paralegal and client advocate who meaningfully assists the attorneys with litigation work, guardianships and estate planning. She has worked at the firm for over a decade and during those years, she has thoroughly familiarized herself with all aspects of state and federal civil procedure. This knowledge and experience has assisted with all forms of civil legal service, including the initiation of civil actions, fact gathering, pre-trial discovery and trial preparation, both in state and federal court. Her extensive legal knowledge is complemented by her understanding and empathy for the problems, issues and concerns of the firm’s clients.
Ms. Bhoge immigrated to the United States from Guyana, South America and has lived since that time with her family in East New York, Brooklyn. Ms. Bhoge was educated in the New York City public school system and obtained a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration from Baruch College of the City University of New York in 2002. Ms. Bhoge began working part time with the firm in her junior year of college. After obtaining her undergraduate degree, Ms. Bhoge joined the law firm full time and has been very much a part of the firm’s growth and expansion since that time.
Ms. Bhoge is an important part of the firm’s guardianship work. She assists the firm’s attorneys, on a daily basis, with the coordination and supervision of services for those elderly or incapacitated persons the Court has entrusted this firm to care for.
Finally, Ms. Bhoge is the much appreciated “go to person” within the firm. She has been instrumental in developing an almost “paperless” office, practical and efficient data management systems and interoffice networking systems. She spear-heads the firm’s “go green” efforts.