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Robert G. Litt

Robert Litt has been practicing Tax Certiorari, Condemnation, and Real Estate law for almost 30 years.  Mr. Litt established his law office in 2011, which is located in the heart of Rockville Centre.  He manages and handles Tax Certiorari and Condemnation matters for commercial, residential, retail, and industrial properties on Long Island, as well as the rest of the State of New York, including New York City.

Mr. Litt also handles complex real estate acquisitions for commercial and residential properties such as hotels, beach clubs, large estate properties as well as zoning and land use matters. In addition, he has worked with the Industrial Development Agencies of several jurisdictions, securing necessary tax relief for his clients including tax exemptions for farms, religious institutions and horse ranches.

Our office maintains a sophisticated and cutting edge property database of all locations throughout Long Island. Mr. Litt is closely involved with the local political units in the County and Towns permitting him to maintain strong relationships. These relationships are vital for resolving matters quickly, efficiently and with maximum results for our clients.

Mr. Litt is currently Special Counsel for Tax Certiorari for the Long Island Diner Association and the Condo-Coop Association, as well as for many members of the Long Island Service and Repair Station Group.  He is a member of the Tax Certiorari Bar for Nassau and Suffolk County and the New York State Bar Association. 

We currently represent several large property owners in the hotel industry as well as in the commercial, retail, office and industrial building community. Mr. Litt has tried numerous matters in both Nassau and Suffolk Supreme Court for valuation cases and he negotiates on a regular basis with all jurisdictions.

Mr. Litt was previously a member of the Town Attorney’s Office for the Town of Hempstead, Deputy County Attorney of Nassau, as well as a partner at two large Long Island law firms, running the Tax Certiorari and Condemnation Group. He prides himself on taking a practical approach to problems and working tirelessly to secure the maximum and most cost effective results for his clients.

Mr. Litt graduated Hofstra Law with a J.D. in 1993. He also holds a B.A. in History from Boston University which he graduated in 1990.

Mr. Litt is admitted to practice before the New York, New Jersey and Connecticut State and Federal Courts as well as the New York Supreme Court.

Paul A. Rachmuth

Of Counsel

Paul A. Rachmuth is a business transactional, restructuring and bankruptcy expert. He has held crucial roles in a variety of high-profile bankruptcy cases, representing major creditors, creditor committees and trustees. His experience includes leading complex bankruptcy litigations and negotiations, selling large bankruptcy claims, prosecuting reinsurance coverage actions, defending recovery actions, and analyzing complex financing structures for major banking institutions. Mr. Rachmuth represented a multibillion-dollar hedge fund in the Lehman Brothers European and American proceedings, and represented the State of Connecticut in the Enron Corp. bankruptcy cases, negotiating a $440 million settlement of the constructive trust litigation. In other representative matters, he litigated successfully the return of consignment goods in a large jewelry bankruptcy case; represented shopping center landlords in retail bankruptcy cases; and represented an aircraft service administrative claimant in the several airline bankruptcy cases. Mr. Rachmuth currently represents business and consumer debtors in bankruptcy proceedings and workout/restructuring cases, as well as businesses in commercial transactions.

Mr. Rachmuth earned his LL.M. in bankruptcy law from St. John's School of Law and J.D. from Brooklyn Law School. He holds a B.B.A. degree magna cum laude from the Baruch School of Business at the City University of New York. Mr. Rachmuth is admitted to the bar in the State of New York, the U.S. Supreme Court, the Southern and Eastern U.S. District Courts and associated Bankruptcy Courts.

Previously, Mr. Rachmuth was of head of the bankruptcy department at Gersten Savage, LLP, counsel in the corporate restructuring and bankruptcy group at Reed Smith LLP., and partner in the bankruptcy and restructuring group at Anderson Kill & Olick, P.C., which he had joined as an associate in 2001.

As of counsel to the law Office of Robert G. Litt, Mr. Rachmuth continues to handle all bankruptcy matters, but also is responsible for corporate, employment and transactional issues.

Sharon Aspis


Sharon Aspis is an Associate at the firm where she has handled a variety of legal matters, including but not limited to, tax certiorari proceedings, condemnations, foreclosures, collections, and real estate closings. Ms. Aspis recently handled a condemnation trial against the Town of Oyster Bay in which she received a final damage award of 183% over and above the initial offer tendered by the Town.

Ms. Aspis graduated cum laude from Fordham Law School in 2013. She received an academic scholarship, was a Ruth Whitehead Whaley Scholar, and received the Archibald R. Murray Public Service Award. As an undergraduate at Barnard College, Ms. Aspis received the Alpha Beta Club Graduate Scholarship and was on the Dean's List every semester. She graduated Phi Beta Kappa and Summa Cum Laude.

Prior to joining the firm, Ms. Aspis was a judicial intern at the Kings County Surrogate Court, a pro bono Assistant District Attorney at Kings County District Attorney's Office, and an intern in the Department of Child Support and in the Department of Juvenile Delinquency at the Nassau County Attorney's Office Family Court Bureau.

Ms. Aspis also has experience in the mediation field. In law school, she was a volunteer mediator in her school’s Mediation Clinic and worked as a coordinator in the criminal court division of New York Peace Institute in Brooklyn.

Ms. Aspis was admitted to the New York State Bar in 2014.

Marilyn K. Litt

Of Counsel

     Marilyn K. Litt is of Counsel at the Litt Law Group specializing in the area of Matrimonial Law.

     Marilyn graduated Hofstra Law School in 1978 and was admitted to the New York Bar in 1979 where she was the Supervising Attorney as the Nassau County Department of Social Services. Marilyn then open her own law office in Rockville Centre in which she worked for over 30  years handling family court matters, divorce and custody proceedings, and was a Law Guardian for children. She is admitted to the Eastern and Federal District Courts of New York and the Supreme Court of the United Stated.

     Marilyn was on the forefront of grandparents visitation rights and involved in a landmark decision back in the 1980’s. The underlying principle of the decision was based on the humanitarian concern that visits with a grandparent are often a precious part of a child's experience and the grandchildren have significant benefits from such visits which children cannot have from any other relationship. The law does not create an absolute or automatic right of visitation. The statute instead gives a mechanism for a procedure for grandparents to acquire standing to seek visitation with a minor grandchild. Marilyn is still involved with these issues and is always seeking justice for parents and children and all other family members regarding parental rights versus the best interest of the children.

Marilyn has received numerous awards over the years such as the following:

  • Assigned Counsel Defender Plan- Exemplary service for over 10 years
  • Nassau County Pro Bono Service Award
  • 1981 Woman of Year—American Business Women’s Association
  • NY Judicial Court Employees Award   - Humanitarian Award

Steven M. Fink


Steven M. Fink is currently an associate with the Litt Law Group and has been with the firm for almost a decade. Steven has experience handling a wide array of legal issues with an emphasis on tax certiorari, condemnation and various complicated real estate related matters throughout New York State.

Steven possesses extensive knowledge relative to real estate tax reduction proceedings for all types of commercial and residential properties and has successfully secured millions of dollars of tax relief during his career. His clients range from large cooperative and condominium communities, homeowner associations, self-storage facilities, publicly traded companies, to small businesses and private homeowners.

Steven graduated summa cum laude from Touro Law Center where he earned his J.D. During his tenure at Touro, Steven earned several C.A.L.I. awards, was the recipient of the Siben & Siben Scholarship, was named a Starr Fellow and was also named a Zeigen Fellow. Steven was the Managing Notes Editor of the Touro Law Review. He also holds a B.B.A. from Hofstra University.



Steven M. Fink, The Public Trust Doctrine: The Development of New York’s Doctrine and How it Can Improve, 34 Touro L. Rev. 1201 (2018).