The Law Office of Isa Abdur-Rahman, PLLC, represents buyers, sellers, builders and financiers of real estate and businesses located within New York. Our clients include individuals, families, estates, lenders, non-profit organizations and faith-based institutions.

Some transactions that our firm commonly handles include:

  • Real estate purchases and sales
  • Housing development
  • Commercial leasing
  • Real estate wholesaling
  • Purchase and sale of existing businesses
  • Joint ventures and investment partnerships
  • Private loan transactions
  • Corporation and LLC formation
  • Estate probate and administration
  • Wills and trusts
  • Non-profit corporate formation and governance

Additionally, our office handles real estate litigation matters, including construction litigation, fraud claims, title disputes, and contract claims.

Please contact us at (718) 262-0682 to discuss your specific needs. Thank you.

Attorney Bio

Isa Abdur-Rahman has operated his law firm since 2004 with an emphasis on real estate, business law, and family estates.

Isa is an active advocate for community development and generational wealth through property ownership.   He represents real estate investors and developers, and many of his clients are first-time home buyers and entrepreneurs in the NY metropolitan area.

Isa teaches courses on Business Law and Ethics at CUNY/York College, and he serves on the board of directors for the Farmers Boulevard Community Development Corp.

Isa obtained his undergraduate degree in Finance from Howard University in 1998 and earned his law degree from the Howard University School of Law in 2003.


The Law Office of
Isa Abdur-Rahman, PLLC
90-04 161st Street, Suite 308
Jamaica, New York  11432
T: (718) 262-0682
F: (718) 732-2656


The views and ideas expressed in the Blog Posts below are general in nature and do not constitute legal advice for any specific situation.  You should consult directly with counsel for legal advice regarding your specific needs or situation.

Blog Posts

Contracts for Collaborating

Collaborating in business is based on trust. However, insisting on a written contract with a collaborator is not a sign of distrust. The contract serves several important purposes for your entrepreneurial venture or real estate investment, such as the following: Clarifies the financial terms of the collaboration (who contributes what, who gets what). Specifies the …

Deals on My D.E.S.C.

The best time of year is when deals are active, but activity does not guarantee closing. To maximize closing potential, it is good to pay attention to what’s on your “d.e.s.c.” — Is your deal adequately Documented? Is the document that you’re using actually Enforceable? (i.e., in a court of law) Have you Secured that …

Legacy Transactions

More families are implementing “legacy transactions” to accomplish their quality-of-life objectives.   A legacy transaction is the sale or transfer of an asset to a younger member of the family, whether outright or in trust. A legacy transaction may be useful for a variety of purposes, including the following: An older family member downsizing from a …