GV Law understands that dealing with any type of criminal or immigration issues can be daunting and want to help ease your mind as much as possible. Since the firm utilizes a virtual office, there are many options available to you for client meetings which can even be performed in the comfort of your own home. If you are overseas, no problem. GV Law has the technology necessary to take down all of your information via internet, and would be more than happy to facilitate meetings via Skype or Google Hangouts. Going through various legal processes can be complex and convoluted when doing it alone. What’s more, it can greatly impact your life and the lives of your loved ones if navigated incorrectly. Let us help you make it as smooth of a process as possible and give you the outcome you deserve and want.
GV Law wants to provide our clients with the attention large firms just don’t have the resources to give. Our firm devotes our practice to helping clients as well as building strong attorney-client relationships. Our attoneys pride themselves in efficiency, professionalism, and getting her clients the results that they deserve. The firm’s virtual office makes it easier to serve clients throughout the New York, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania areas, as well as almost any other place.
Meet Aleksandra Gontaryuk, Esq.:
Ms. Gontaryuk is a refugee herself and therefore is intimately aware of the various procedures and intricacies that the immigration process can bring. She speaks Russian, Ukrainian, and Spanish so she can better assist you if you have difficulties with the English language. Aside from the practice of law, Aleksandra spent many years translating for people with legal needs such as asylum, special immigrant juvenile status, personal injury, workers’ compensation, municipal and contract work. Her dedication to her practice is only surpassed by her devotion to helping others.
Ms. Gontaryuk currently sits as the supervising attorney at the Latin American Legal Defense and Education Fund, a non-profit organization which is dedicated to helping those in the community with their immigration needs, among providing many other services which the Mercer County community desperately needs.
During law school, Ms. Gontaryuk clerked for Judge Helen Voutsinas of the Nassau District Court, she was selected to take part of a highly competitive Securities Arbitration Clinic, interned for Nationwide in-house counsel, and received an outstanding achievement award for her role in an interscholastic Moot Court competition.
Ms. Gontaryuk is admitted to the State of New Jersey Bar as well as the Third District Federal Court and is currently a member of the New Jersey State Bar Association, Middlesex County Bar Association, Mercer County Bar Association, and American Immigration Lawyers Association.
Meet Fania Veksler, Esq.:
Ms. Veksler has worked in the public defender’s office in Middlesex County and has handled a multitude of varying criminal matters. As such, she is highly experienced in the criminal legal process and understands the inner most workings of criminal legal system. Ms. Veksler has been in both municipal and superior courts all over the state and has tried cases ranging from D.W.I.s to First Degree charges. She speaks Russian, Spanish, and Mandarin.
During law school, Ms. Veksler clerked for Judge James M. Burke of the New York County Criminal Court and participated as a student attorney in Tulane’s Environmental Law Clinic. She also worked as a trial preparation assistant to the New York County District Attorney’s Office.
Ms. Veksler is admitted to the State of New Jersey Bar, the State of New York Bar, and the Third District Federal Court and is currently a member of the New Jersey State Bar Association and the Middlesex County Bar Association.