Jan P. Joachim, The Law Offices of Jan P. Joachim, P.C.

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Listed in Estate Planning & Probate, Immigration, Real Estate

  • 1655 Bedford Avenue, Suite 300 Brooklyn, NY 11225
  • (347) 770-5529; (514) 418-1112

email: lawyer@joachimlaw.com

Law School: Juris Doctor. Certificate, Brooklyn Law School, 1997; B.C.L., University of Ottawa, Faculty of Law, 1993

School: LL.M in International Law , Tulane University School of Law, 2000; Quebec Bar School (Professional Training)1994

School: Diploma of Collegiate Studies, College du Vieux-Montréal, 1990

State/Provincial Admissions: New York; Quebec

Languages: French

Jan P. Joachim is a bilingual (French-English) U.S. attorney and Canadian lawyer with more than 13 years of experience in civil and commercial litigation, real estate transactions and US and Canadian immigration law. Before starting his own law firm, Mr. Joachim practiced law at 2 boutique law firms in Manhattan New York and one law firm in Montreal Quebec. For the last 6 years, Jan Joachim has been the owner of a solo general practice law firm located in the Crown Heights section of Brooklyn in New York City. Mr. Joachim is admitted to practice law both in the United States and in Canada. He is a member of the New York State bar and he is admitted to practice in the Bar of Quebec. He is also admitted to practice law in the US District Courts for the Eastern and Southern Districts of New York. Mr. Joachim routinely counsels clients in Canada and the United States on matter such as Immigration, real estate transaction and business formation.

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