Vittoria Purdy & Cavallaro LLP (VP&C) was founded in 1975 as a boutique New York City law firm specializing in advising and assisting clients and their families with their estate and trust planning needs, the probate and administration of estates and trusts, and other personal and business matters that generally affect its clients' wealth and wealth transfers. Since that time, VP&C has become one of the most successful and well-regarded Trusts & Estates boutiques in New York City and Westchester County, with thousands of clients ranging from young couples looking for the most basic estate planning for their new families to extremely wealthy families and individuals with more complicated and sophisticated needs, as well as financial institutions.
As a smaller firm with focused specialties, VP&C is able to provide its clients with the kind of direct and personal legal representation not available at larger law firms, while at the same time providing a level of depth experience and expertise within its specialties that are not typically available in smaller general practice firms. Moreover, by remaining a small firm with focused specialties by design, VP&C is able to allocate its attorneys' years of experience in a cost-effective manner that cannot be matched by larger firms with corresponding overhead.
At VP&C, its partners, associates, attorneys, paralegals, and staff are dedicated to providing the highest degree of professional advice and guidance for the priorities that matter most to its clients—their families and the continuation and preservation of their financial wealth, business interests, and security—in a caring and efficient manner.
In addition to its main office located at building One in the renowned Rockefeller Center in midtown Manhattan, VP&C also has offices in White Plains, New York. Additionaly, it has longstanding, working relationships with a number of similar boutique Trusts & Estates firms in Florida, Connecticut, and New Jersey enabling it to more adequately service its clients who either live in those states or have dual residences.