More About the Attorney
Attorney Kayar built this law practice on the firm foundations of uncompromising advocacy and unwavering dedication to our clients. For years he has been representing individuals, families and small businesses in complex immigration law matters, sensitive family matters, frustrating landlord-tenant disputes and criminal matters with potentially severe consequences (particularly for the specialized needs of immigrants) throughout Southern Florida, New York and Connecticut. He defends immigrants against deportation proceedings, help them obtain their green cards and become U.S. citizens. He counsels families through the sometimes difficult and emotion-filled process of dissolving a marriage and attending to child custody issues. He assists in resolving issues between owners and renters of residential property. He passionately defends clients against criminal prosecution by the State of Florida, especially where criminal matters may have dire consequences on an individual’s immigration situation.
As a Brooklyn native, he earned his BA from the State University of New York, Purchase and my Juris Doctor from Brooklyn Law School, where he served as Articles Editor for the Brooklyn Journal of International Law. During his law-school days, he clerked for the Honorable Adlai S. Hardin Jr., at the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of New York. He worked as a summer associate at Pekin & Pekin, an international law firm in Istanbul (where he spent a day serving as tour guide and translator to the Honorable Justice Sandra Day O’Connor through Istanbul’s centuries-old Sultanahmet district, the famed Grand Bazaar and Hagia Sofia Museum). He served as a student assistant district attorney for the Brooklyn DA’s office. Then, realizing Ihe was more in tune with the other team, he first interned then began working as a law clerk for Attorney Gerald L. Shargel, famed attorney to the now deceased ‘Teflon Don’, John Gotti, and other interesting New Yorker types.