Mary E. Mongioi is a partner at Forchelli Deegan Terrana LLP in Uniondale. Mongioi concentrates her practice in the tax, trusts and estates department, where she offers clients years of experience in the handling of litigated estate matters as well as in civil litigation, appellate practice, and real estate.
Mongioi also has significant experience handling the foreclosure of mortgages and other liens held by major financial institutions, mid-sized and small investors, and commercial enterprises, on both residential and commercial real property. She has represented several financial institutions in connection with loan transactions and drafting complex commercial loan documents for the restructure of non-performing loans, with emphasis on co-operative loans.
Mongioi is also co-chair of the firm’s Veterinary practice group.
“I am fortunate to co-chair our firm’s Veterinary practice group,” Mongioi said. “Our creative ‘team’ approach makes available to our veterinary clients, lawyers from our corporate, tax, real estate, zoning and land use and litigation departments. This allows our attorneys to offer comprehensive services to each client and to deliver smart, innovative solutions that assist our clients in achieving and surpassing their goals.”
“I have personally focused on growing the firm’s brand through active participation at industry conferences and presenting on the topic of the business of veterinary medicine,” she said. “I also keep abreast of technological advances on both the medical and business side of the industry. Those advances are driving industry growth and changing the manner in which veterinarians deliver services to their clients.”
Mongioi joined the firm as an associate in 2004 and became partner in 2015. Mongioi has authored various articles for the New York Law Journal on varying estate litigation issues.
Founded in 1976, Forchelli Deegan Terrana LLP is one of Long Island’s most acclaimed and distinguished law firms. The firm employs more than 60 attorneys who provide counsel to a broad range of clients, including national, regional and local businesses, major real estate developers and organizations, banks, insurance companies, municipalities, educational institutions, contractors, architects/engineers and individuals.
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