Westchester County, New York Property Tax Reduction Lawyer

Westchester County, New York Property Tax Reduction

Experienced Property Tax Reduction Attorneys Fighting For You

About Westchester County: Westchester County has an estimated population of one million residents and is known to be the 2nd wealthiest county in New York State. To the north it borders Putnam County and to the south it borders Bronx County. Westchester County consists of 45 municipalities and is 450 square miles. It is home to many historic places such as the Hudson River Museum, the Jacob Burns Film Center, Emelin Theatre, and the Caramoor Center as well many others.

Our New York Property Tax Reduction Attorneys have assisted residential and commercial clients throughout the Hudson Valley for years. Our Real Estate Lawyers are knowledgeable on the subject of property tax reduction and have been recognized as superb lawyers.

Our team of lawyers maintain a strong working relationship with a large network of real estate appraisers. Together, we examine your current property assessment records for errors and inaccuracies. In turn, we utilize this information to fight for you to save money on your property tax.

Don’t Overpay Your Property Taxes.      Save Money.       Save Time.

About Our Firm: Our law firm is vigilant in prosecuting tax certiorari claims. We have extensive experience arguing matters in the Supreme Court and meeting the arduous filing deadlines as required by each municipality. Our tax assessment review team is lead by Tejash V. Sanchala. Mr. Sanchala is a life-long resident of Westchester County and has practiced law for large firms and Fortune 500 corporations.

Finding the right lawyer for you. What is tax certiorari?

Tax Certiorari (“tax cert”) is a property tax appeal. Filing a claim for property tax reduction also known as tax cert, can be a power tool for homeowners to save money. Finding the right firm can make all the difference. We recommend that you call our firm at (914) 723-7900 and ask for a confidential consultation.

What are my chances of winning a tax cert?

At the outset, it is important for prospective clients to understand that just because property values have decreased that does not guarantee your taxes will be reduced. It is important to know that having the right lawyer at the very beginning of the process can make all the difference in whether or not you succeed for fail.

How does the tax grievance process work?

Upon deciding that you would like to apply for a tax certiorari proceeding, you will speak with one our lawyers who will conduct a legal analysis of your claim.

Our attorneys will then file a tax cert claim in your city, town, village, or hamlet for review. If necessary, our lawyers will appear at the administrative hearings and advocate for you. Over our twenty five years, we have excelled at having properties assessments reduced thereby resulting in a refund and savings for you.

Our lawyers can be frequently found fighting for property owners located in the following muncipalities: Ardsley, Bedford Town, Briarcliff Manor, Bronxville Village, Buchanan Village, Cortlandt, Croton-On-Hudson, Dobbs Ferry, Eastchester, Elmsford, Greenburgh, Harrison, Hastings-on-Hudson, Irvington, Larchmont, Lewisboro, Mamaroneck, Mount Kisco, Mount Pleasant,Mount Vernon, New Castle, New Rochelle, North Castle, North Salem, Ossining, Peekskill, Pelham, Pleasantville, Port Chester, Pound Ridge, Rye, Scarsdale, Sleepy Hollow, Somers, Tarrytown, Tuckahoe, White Plains, Yonkers and Yorktown Heights.

Grievance Deadlines
Ardsley 3rd Tuesday in FebruaryNorth Castle 3rd Tuesday in June
Bedford 3rd Tuesday in JuneNorth Salem 3rd Tuesday in June
Bronxville 3rd Tuesday in FebruaryOssining 3rd Tuesday in June
Buchanan 3rd Tuesday in FebruaryPeekskill 3rd Tuesday in June
Cortlandt 3rd Tuesday in JunePelham 3rd Tuesday in June
Croton- on- Hudson 3rd Tuesday in FebruaryPleasantville 3rd Tuesday in February
Dobbs Ferry 3rd Tuesday in FebruaryPound Ridge 3rd Tuesday in June
Eastchester 3rd Tuesday in JuneRye 3rd Tuesday in June
Elmsford 3rd Tuesday in FebruaryScarsdale 3rd Tuesday in June
Greenburgh 3rd Tuesday in JuneSleepy Hollow 3rd Tuesday in February
Harrison 3rd Tuesday in JuneSomers 3rd Tuesday in June
Hastings-on-Hudson 3rd Tuesday in FebruaryTarrytown 3rd Tuesday in February
Irvington 3rd Tuesday in FebruaryTuckahoe 3rd Tuesday in February
Lewisboro 3rd Tuesday in JuneWhite Plains: January 21st
Larchmont 3rd Tuesday in FebruaryYonkers: November – November 15th
Mamaroneck 3rd Tuesday in JuneYorktown 3rd Tuesday in June
Mount Kisco 3rd Tuesday in JuneNew Castle 3rd Tuesday in June
Mount Pleasant 3rd Tuesday in JuneNew Rochelle 3rd Tuesday in June
Mount Vernon 3rd Tuesday in June