Mr. Saidel's practice includes: real estate transactions involving single and multi‑family
residences, cooperatives, condominiums, and commercial properties; planning, zoning, and development matters; mortgage closings;
foreclosures and related financing matters; corporate matters and business transactions; representing and advising condominium
boards, cooperatives and homeowners' associations; civil litigation; and other areas customary to a general practice
Sheryl M. Saidel - Principal
Sheryl M. Saidel has a Bachelor's Degree in Political Science and a Masters Degree in Education.
She graduated Cum Laude from Pace University School of Law with a Juris Doctor degree in June 1991 and has been admitted to
practice in both New York and Connecticut. In 1985 she became
legal assistant and office administrator in Mr. Saidel's solo practice. In 1991, she became a
full time attorney upon her admission to the bar, and became a partner in SAIDEL & SAIDEL on January
1, 1992. On February 1, 2005, Mrs. Saidel became one of the three principal members
of SAIDEL AND SAIDEL, P.C. She is a member of the New York and Connecticut
State Bar Associations, the Westchester County Bar Association, the Westchester Women's Bar Association and the Yorktown
Bar Association. She is also a licensed insurance broker and a member of the Business Development Board
of Hudson Valley Bank.
Mrs. Saidel’s practice includes: real estate transactions involving single and multi‑family residences,
vacant land, cooperatives and condominiums; mortgage closings; advising condominium boards, cooperatives and homeowners'
associations; drafting and filing of Amendments to Condominium Offering Plans and Declarations; estate planning including
the preparation of wills, trusts and other estate planning documents; probate and settlement of estates, including probate
related litigation; elder law and other areas of general practice.
Eric H. Holtzman - Of Counsel
Eric H. Holtzman, earned a degree in Philosophy from the
University of Rochester and received his law degree from the University of Minnesota. He has served as a New York State Deputy
Assistant Attorney General; as an Associate Regional Counsel for the Federal Energy Administration; and as a prosecuting attorney
for an incorporated village. In addition to courts in New York State, he has appeared in State trial courts, Federal
district courts, and Appellate Courts throughout the country. He has coordinated the nationwide defense of product liability
claims for an international client. Long active in New York State Bar Association activities, Mr. Holtzman has also taught
at the American Bar Association Litigation Section and NYS Bar Association programs.
In addition, he has served on the Grievance Committee of the Suffolk County Bar Association. He also actively practices
as a mediator and arbitrator.
Mr. Holtzman concentrates his practice on civil litigation (including trials and appeals)
as well as real estate matters, general business practice and alternative dispute resolution.