Ibrahim Ahmed Law Group, PC

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Ibrahim Ahmed Law Group, PC

At Ibrahim Ahmed Law Group, we are proud of being a forward-thinking organization. Our attorneys deliver and provide strategies that are one step ahead of the solutions curve, allowing our clients to benefit from exceptional representation.

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This lawyer is licensed to practice in New Jersey and has no record of discipline from the New Jersey bar association. *

Ibrahim Ahmed Law Group, PC

Ibrahim Ahmed Law Group, PC

check_circle Open for Business
check_circle Offers Video Calls

At Ibrahim Ahmed Law Group, we are proud of being a forward-thinking organization. Our attorneys deliver and provide strategies that are one step ahead of the solutions curve, allowing our clients to benefit from exceptional representation.

check_circle

This lawyer is licensed to practice in New Jersey and has no record of discipline from the New Jersey bar association. *

Firm Overview

Servicing New Jersey Statewide

We are close and trusted partners to our clients, committed to providing the highest levels of service and value through hard work, innovative thinking, and delivering real results. We believe that when our clients are successful, we are successful.

Our culture of pulling together with our clients, through good times and bad, sets us apart from others in the profession.

Our firm has continued to grow and adapt to meet our clients’ changing needs, helping them to address the challenges and opportunities of every situation.

Ibrahim Ahmed Law Group P.C. is headquartered in Central Jersey providing legal services to clients in all NJ counties.

Main Office

Headquarters
4105 US-1 South
#2
Monmouth Junction, NJ 08852

Phone

(732) 800-0251

Fees
Office Information
Office Hours

9am - 6pm (Monday - Friday)

Office Manager

Omar Alseginy

Emergency After Hours

Yes

Business

Servicing New Jersey Statewide

Running a business comes with inherent risks, including the potential for lawsuits, which, if not handled properly, can become a costly and time-consuming distraction. Ibrahim Ahmed Law Group P.C. provides comprehensive strategies to minimize the risk of commercial and business disputes and cost-effective approaches to expediently resolve potential or existing conflicts.

We work with clients in a wide range of industries who are involved in disputes arising from, among other things:

Real Estate Litigation
Construction Litigation
Business Disputes
Business Entity Dissolution
Non-Regulatory/Compliance Bank Litigation

While commercial litigation often arises from a contract or agreement, business relationships can be harmed by wrongdoing when a party engages in unethical or deceptive practices, misappropriates trade secrets, or unfairly interferes with another's business or prospective alliances. These actions cannot only damage a firm's reputation in the marketplace but also jeopardize its viability. It is essential to engage the services of an experienced and dedicated attorney to respond to these perils.

Ibrahim Ahmed Law Group P.C. pursues and defends commercial and business disputes in state and federal courts across the country. Ibrahim Ahmed Law Group P.C. acts as an honest broker in assessing the merits of each case and encourages his clients to actively participate in all phases of the process. They routinely conduct thorough due diligence, witness interviews, and preparation and rely on e-discovery and courtroom technology in order to achieve a result that best suits their client's business and litigation needs.

Importantly, Ibrahim Ahmed Law Group, P.C. does not advocate litigation for the sake of litigation. They explore all options to effect expeditious and favorable resolutions, whether through direct negotiation or alternative dispute resolution, such as mediation or arbitration.

Child Custody

Servicing New Jersey Statewide

In New Jersey, there are two general types of custody. Legal custody determines which parent will be making important decisions for their child concerning healthcare, education, and religious upbringing, among other things. Physical custody determines which parent the child will live with. In some cases, joint custody is an option, but the court will ultimately decide if that is in the best interest of the child or children involved.

Divorce

Servicing New Jersey Statewide

It is important to realize that contrary to popular belief, you will most likely not have to go through an expensive and drawn-out divorce trial. In most cases, however, you will need to move forward and make decisions as if you were headed for trial, while your divorce attorney negotiates for a favorable settlement and works to keep you out of a trial. For couples who can agree on all matters of child custody, spousal support, asset division, visitation rights, and other related issues - can pursue an uncontested divorce.

Real Estate

Servicing New Jersey Statewide

Buying a house? From the day you make your decision to buy your home until such time that you have become the legal owner, there are a number of important decisions you must make which have legal consequences.

The attorney's role in real estate transactions may include consultation prior to the signing of the contract, preparation of closing documents, assisting with the title search and certification, presiding over the closing and recording of the deed and mortgage.

All of this work is done in close coordination with the Buyer(s), Seller(s), Realtor(s), and Lender(s). We strive to assure that this complex procedure is carried out in the most pleasing and expedient manner possible. Therefore, choosing an experienced real estate attorney to handle your purchase and the closing is especially important.

Consumer Protection

Servicing New Jersey Statewide

Civil litigation is the process of resolving a legal dispute between two or more parties (individuals or business entities) who seek compensation (in the form of money) for damages incurred or specific performances that were not delivered. The attorney must develop the best legal theories possible and gather the facts to support those theories; the attorney's goal is to achieve the best result at trial or a favorable settlement without a trial.
Areas of civil litigation include, but are not limited to, breach of contract, landlord/tenant disputes, employment discrimination, wrongful termination, personal injury, divorce, medical malpractice, and trademark issues.

Landlord and Tenant

Servicing New Jersey Statewide

On March 19, 2020, New Jersey Governor Philip Murphy issued Executive Order 106, which suspended evictions throughout the state. This is called an eviction moratorium, and it means that, except in rare circumstances, no tenant may be removed from his or her home as a result of an eviction proceeding.

However, tenants should be aware that the Moratorium does not just allow them to stop paying rent without consequence, they will still be responsible for the back rent owed and subject to eviction when the Moratorium is lifted. Landlords can also file civil actions for the collection of back rent.

A New Jersey landlord seeking to evict a residential tenant and regain possession of the landlord's rental property must file a summary dispossession action (eviction). The landlord may only evict a residential tenant based on one or more of the statutory grounds for eviction permitted under New Jersey's Anti-Eviction Act.

What are the common reasons a Landlord evicts a Tenant?

Some of the most common reasons a landlord may file a complaint in the Landlord/Tenant Section:

Failure to pay rent
Continued disorderly conduct
Unauthorized subtenancy
Willful destruction or damage to property
Habitual lateness in paying rent
Violation of rules and regulations, after written notice to comply, as outlined in a lease or other document
Tenants conviction for a drug offense

Eviction actions other than non-payment of rent generally require the issuance of a pre-lawsuit written notice to terminate the tenancy. In other words, no written default notice is required to be given to the tenant when the eviction complaint is based on failure to pay rent.

In cases that do require written notice, if the tenant continues the misconduct after the landlord issues the notice then the landlord can file eviction proceedings.

Protected Tenants
Additional statutory protections against eviction also apply to the following types of residential tenants:
Senior citizens and disabled persons.
Qualified tenants in Hudson County.
Military service members.
Tenants in residential dwellings being or that have already been foreclosed.

What distinguishes your law firm from others?

We are close and trusted partners to our clients, committed to providing the highest levels of service and value through hard work, innovative thinking, and delivering real results. We believe that when our clients are successful, we are successful.

Our culture of pulling together with our clients, through good times and bad, sets us apart from others in the profession.

At Ibrahim Ahmed Law Group, we are proud of being a forward-thinking organization. Our attorneys deliver and provide strategies that are one step ahead of the solutions curve, allowing our clients to benefit from exceptional representation.

Our firm has continued to grow and adapt to meet our clients’ changing needs, helping them to address the challenges and opportunities of every situation.

Ibrahim Ahmed Law Group P.C. is headquartered in Central Jersey providing legal services to clients in all NJ counties.

Ibrahim Ahmed Law Group, PC
Ibrahim Ahmed

Ibrahim Ahmed, Esq., is the Managing Partner at Ibrahim Ahmed Law Group, P.C.

Mr. Ahmed is eclectic experience in real estate, complex commercial litigation, civil litigation, family law, and landlord-tenant matters makes him not only a valued member of the tristate area but a vastly needed one.

Before establishing Ibrahim A. Law Group, Mr. Ahmed worked at prestigious law firms including Garces, Grabler & LeBrocq, and Law Office of Ingrid Echeverria. Mr. Ahmed also co-counseled on a case with a partner from Connell Foley.

Mr. Ahmed has successfully litigated multi-million dollar cases to other non-disclosed amounts, on both the state and federal level, including appearances before The United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit in New York. When it comes to defending his clients in the courtroom, Mr. Ahmed has the instinct of a shark and he will fight for their rights.

He is licensed to practice in both the state and federal courts of New Jersey.

Ibrahim Ahmed Law Group, PC
Ibrahim Ahmed

Ibrahim Ahmed, Esq., is the Managing Partner at Ibrahim Ahmed Law Group, P.C.

Mr. Ahmed is eclectic experience in real estate, complex commercial litigation, civil litigation, family law, and landlord-tenant matters makes him not only a valued member of the tristate area but a vastly needed one.

Before establishing Ibrahim A. Law Group, Mr. Ahmed worked at prestigious law firms including Garces, Grabler & LeBrocq, and Law Office of Ingrid Echeverria. Mr. Ahmed also co-counseled on a case with a partner from Connell Foley.

Mr. Ahmed has successfully litigated multi-million dollar cases to other non-disclosed amounts, on both the state and federal level, including appearances before The United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit in New York. When it comes to defending his clients in the courtroom, Mr. Ahmed has the instinct of a shark and he will fight for their rights.

He is licensed to practice in both the state and federal courts of New Jersey.

Ibrahim Ahmed Law Group, PC
Fayyaz Ahmed

Fayyaz Ahmed is a graduate of Albany Law School. He has previously assisted with transactional-related matters including drafting partnership agreements, operating agreements, lease agreements, termination agreements, the release of claim documents, and real estate agreements.

He has previously worked at Silver Bay Capital, Law Offices of Catherine M. Hedgeman, Wilson Elser Moskowitz Edelman & Dicker, LLP., Barclay Damon, LLP., and Mintz & Frande, P.C.

After gaining substantial experience interning at prior law firms, Mr. Ahmed joined Ibrahim Ahmed Law Group, P.C. and continues to bring this experience to assist on transactional matters.

Ibrahim Ahmed Law Group, PC
Fayyaz Ahmed

Fayyaz Ahmed is a graduate of Albany Law School. He has previously assisted with transactional-related matters including drafting partnership agreements, operating agreements, lease agreements, termination agreements, the release of claim documents, and real estate agreements.

He has previously worked at Silver Bay Capital, Law Offices of Catherine M. Hedgeman, Wilson Elser Moskowitz Edelman & Dicker, LLP., Barclay Damon, LLP., and Mintz & Frande, P.C.

After gaining substantial experience interning at prior law firms, Mr. Ahmed joined Ibrahim Ahmed Law Group, P.C. and continues to bring this experience to assist on transactional matters.

Firm Overview

Servicing New Jersey Statewide

We are close and trusted partners to our clients, committed to providing the highest levels of service and value through hard work, innovative thinking, and delivering real results. We believe that when our clients are successful, we are successful.

Our culture of pulling together with our clients, through good times and bad, sets us apart from others in the profession.

Our firm has continued to grow and adapt to meet our clients’ changing needs, helping them to address the challenges and opportunities of every situation.

Ibrahim Ahmed Law Group P.C. is headquartered in Central Jersey providing legal services to clients in all NJ counties.

Main Office

Headquarters
4105 US-1 South
#2
Monmouth Junction, NJ 08852

Phone

(732) 800-0251

Fees
Office Information
Office Hours

9am - 6pm (Monday - Friday)

Office Manager

Omar Alseginy

Emergency After Hours

Yes

Business

Servicing New Jersey Statewide

Running a business comes with inherent risks, including the potential for lawsuits, which, if not handled properly, can become a costly and time-consuming distraction. Ibrahim Ahmed Law Group P.C. provides comprehensive strategies to minimize the risk of commercial and business disputes and cost-effective approaches to expediently resolve potential or existing conflicts.

We work with clients in a wide range of industries who are involved in disputes arising from, among other things:

Real Estate Litigation
Construction Litigation
Business Disputes
Business Entity Dissolution
Non-Regulatory/Compliance Bank Litigation

While commercial litigation often arises from a contract or agreement, business relationships can be harmed by wrongdoing when a party engages in unethical or deceptive practices, misappropriates trade secrets, or unfairly interferes with another's business or prospective alliances. These actions cannot only damage a firm's reputation in the marketplace but also jeopardize its viability. It is essential to engage the services of an experienced and dedicated attorney to respond to these perils.

Ibrahim Ahmed Law Group P.C. pursues and defends commercial and business disputes in state and federal courts across the country. Ibrahim Ahmed Law Group P.C. acts as an honest broker in assessing the merits of each case and encourages his clients to actively participate in all phases of the process. They routinely conduct thorough due diligence, witness interviews, and preparation and rely on e-discovery and courtroom technology in order to achieve a result that best suits their client's business and litigation needs.

Importantly, Ibrahim Ahmed Law Group, P.C. does not advocate litigation for the sake of litigation. They explore all options to effect expeditious and favorable resolutions, whether through direct negotiation or alternative dispute resolution, such as mediation or arbitration.

Child Custody

Servicing New Jersey Statewide

In New Jersey, there are two general types of custody. Legal custody determines which parent will be making important decisions for their child concerning healthcare, education, and religious upbringing, among other things. Physical custody determines which parent the child will live with. In some cases, joint custody is an option, but the court will ultimately decide if that is in the best interest of the child or children involved.

Divorce

Servicing New Jersey Statewide

It is important to realize that contrary to popular belief, you will most likely not have to go through an expensive and drawn-out divorce trial. In most cases, however, you will need to move forward and make decisions as if you were headed for trial, while your divorce attorney negotiates for a favorable settlement and works to keep you out of a trial. For couples who can agree on all matters of child custody, spousal support, asset division, visitation rights, and other related issues - can pursue an uncontested divorce.

Real Estate

Servicing New Jersey Statewide

Buying a house? From the day you make your decision to buy your home until such time that you have become the legal owner, there are a number of important decisions you must make which have legal consequences.

The attorney's role in real estate transactions may include consultation prior to the signing of the contract, preparation of closing documents, assisting with the title search and certification, presiding over the closing and recording of the deed and mortgage.

All of this work is done in close coordination with the Buyer(s), Seller(s), Realtor(s), and Lender(s). We strive to assure that this complex procedure is carried out in the most pleasing and expedient manner possible. Therefore, choosing an experienced real estate attorney to handle your purchase and the closing is especially important.

Consumer Protection

Servicing New Jersey Statewide

Civil litigation is the process of resolving a legal dispute between two or more parties (individuals or business entities) who seek compensation (in the form of money) for damages incurred or specific performances that were not delivered. The attorney must develop the best legal theories possible and gather the facts to support those theories; the attorney's goal is to achieve the best result at trial or a favorable settlement without a trial.
Areas of civil litigation include, but are not limited to, breach of contract, landlord/tenant disputes, employment discrimination, wrongful termination, personal injury, divorce, medical malpractice, and trademark issues.

Landlord and Tenant

Servicing New Jersey Statewide

On March 19, 2020, New Jersey Governor Philip Murphy issued Executive Order 106, which suspended evictions throughout the state. This is called an eviction moratorium, and it means that, except in rare circumstances, no tenant may be removed from his or her home as a result of an eviction proceeding.

However, tenants should be aware that the Moratorium does not just allow them to stop paying rent without consequence, they will still be responsible for the back rent owed and subject to eviction when the Moratorium is lifted. Landlords can also file civil actions for the collection of back rent.

A New Jersey landlord seeking to evict a residential tenant and regain possession of the landlord's rental property must file a summary dispossession action (eviction). The landlord may only evict a residential tenant based on one or more of the statutory grounds for eviction permitted under New Jersey's Anti-Eviction Act.

What are the common reasons a Landlord evicts a Tenant?

Some of the most common reasons a landlord may file a complaint in the Landlord/Tenant Section:

Failure to pay rent
Continued disorderly conduct
Unauthorized subtenancy
Willful destruction or damage to property
Habitual lateness in paying rent
Violation of rules and regulations, after written notice to comply, as outlined in a lease or other document
Tenants conviction for a drug offense

Eviction actions other than non-payment of rent generally require the issuance of a pre-lawsuit written notice to terminate the tenancy. In other words, no written default notice is required to be given to the tenant when the eviction complaint is based on failure to pay rent.

In cases that do require written notice, if the tenant continues the misconduct after the landlord issues the notice then the landlord can file eviction proceedings.

Protected Tenants
Additional statutory protections against eviction also apply to the following types of residential tenants:
Senior citizens and disabled persons.
Qualified tenants in Hudson County.
Military service members.
Tenants in residential dwellings being or that have already been foreclosed.

What distinguishes your law firm from others?

We are close and trusted partners to our clients, committed to providing the highest levels of service and value through hard work, innovative thinking, and delivering real results. We believe that when our clients are successful, we are successful.

Our culture of pulling together with our clients, through good times and bad, sets us apart from others in the profession.

At Ibrahim Ahmed Law Group, we are proud of being a forward-thinking organization. Our attorneys deliver and provide strategies that are one step ahead of the solutions curve, allowing our clients to benefit from exceptional representation.

Our firm has continued to grow and adapt to meet our clients’ changing needs, helping them to address the challenges and opportunities of every situation.

Ibrahim Ahmed Law Group P.C. is headquartered in Central Jersey providing legal services to clients in all NJ counties.

Ibrahim Ahmed Law Group, PC
Ibrahim Ahmed

Ibrahim Ahmed, Esq., is the Managing Partner at Ibrahim Ahmed Law Group, P.C.

Mr. Ahmed is eclectic experience in real estate, complex commercial litigation, civil litigation, family law, and landlord-tenant matters makes him not only a valued member of the tristate area but a vastly needed one.

Before establishing Ibrahim A. Law Group, Mr. Ahmed worked at prestigious law firms including Garces, Grabler & LeBrocq, and Law Office of Ingrid Echeverria. Mr. Ahmed also co-counseled on a case with a partner from Connell Foley.

Mr. Ahmed has successfully litigated multi-million dollar cases to other non-disclosed amounts, on both the state and federal level, including appearances before The United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit in New York. When it comes to defending his clients in the courtroom, Mr. Ahmed has the instinct of a shark and he will fight for their rights.

He is licensed to practice in both the state and federal courts of New Jersey.

Ibrahim Ahmed Law Group, PC
Ibrahim Ahmed

Ibrahim Ahmed, Esq., is the Managing Partner at Ibrahim Ahmed Law Group, P.C.

Mr. Ahmed is eclectic experience in real estate, complex commercial litigation, civil litigation, family law, and landlord-tenant matters makes him not only a valued member of the tristate area but a vastly needed one.

Before establishing Ibrahim A. Law Group, Mr. Ahmed worked at prestigious law firms including Garces, Grabler & LeBrocq, and Law Office of Ingrid Echeverria. Mr. Ahmed also co-counseled on a case with a partner from Connell Foley.

Mr. Ahmed has successfully litigated multi-million dollar cases to other non-disclosed amounts, on both the state and federal level, including appearances before The United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit in New York. When it comes to defending his clients in the courtroom, Mr. Ahmed has the instinct of a shark and he will fight for their rights.

He is licensed to practice in both the state and federal courts of New Jersey.

Ibrahim Ahmed Law Group, PC
Fayyaz Ahmed

Fayyaz Ahmed is a graduate of Albany Law School. He has previously assisted with transactional-related matters including drafting partnership agreements, operating agreements, lease agreements, termination agreements, the release of claim documents, and real estate agreements.

He has previously worked at Silver Bay Capital, Law Offices of Catherine M. Hedgeman, Wilson Elser Moskowitz Edelman & Dicker, LLP., Barclay Damon, LLP., and Mintz & Frande, P.C.

After gaining substantial experience interning at prior law firms, Mr. Ahmed joined Ibrahim Ahmed Law Group, P.C. and continues to bring this experience to assist on transactional matters.

Ibrahim Ahmed Law Group, PC
Fayyaz Ahmed

Fayyaz Ahmed is a graduate of Albany Law School. He has previously assisted with transactional-related matters including drafting partnership agreements, operating agreements, lease agreements, termination agreements, the release of claim documents, and real estate agreements.

He has previously worked at Silver Bay Capital, Law Offices of Catherine M. Hedgeman, Wilson Elser Moskowitz Edelman & Dicker, LLP., Barclay Damon, LLP., and Mintz & Frande, P.C.

After gaining substantial experience interning at prior law firms, Mr. Ahmed joined Ibrahim Ahmed Law Group, P.C. and continues to bring this experience to assist on transactional matters.

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This lawyer is licensed to practice in New Jersey and has no record of discipline from the New Jersey bar association. *

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This lawyer is licensed to practice in New Jersey and has no record of discipline from the New Jersey bar association. *

* Nolo has confirmed that every member attorney has a valid license and is in good standing with the state agency that licenses lawyers. Any past disbarments and suspensions (with possible exceptions for minor violations or nonpayment of dues, in our discretion) will be indicated accordingly in the badge. Member attorneys are required to notify Nolo immediately if they become the subject of any disciplinary action by any state licensing agency.