The Sylvan P. Reisenfeld Law Building

Cincinnati, OH – On the morning of January 20th, 2009, Reisenfeld & Associates LPA, LLC held a ribbon-cutting and dedication ceremony marking the official opening of the Sylvan P. Reisenfeld Law Building. The 38,000 square foot state-of-the-art facility is designed to accommodate the growth and expansion of the firm over the next several years.

The mood was exuberant, and at times reflective. After all, the building was named after the founder of Reisenfeld & Associates, Sylvan P. Reisenfeld. “This, for sure, is a moment to remember,” his son, Bradley Reisenfeld, said at the ceremony. Sylvan began his practice in 1960 based on the principle of serving his community to the best of his ability.

Being very experienced attorneys and business owners, Sylvan and Bradley have grown and shaped their company to be one of the leading foreclosure and bankruptcy firms in the Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana regions. They accomplished this by hard work, leadership, passion and dedication.

The event was attended by friends, family, colleagues, Village of Fairfax Chief of Police, Rick Patterson, Village of Fairfax Fire Department Chief, Tom Diggers, CBRE Representatives, Rachel Russ and Bill Schneller, Dave Gerner of Gerner & Kearns, Joe Hughes of Foundation Bank, Steve McCafferty of CBank and Brian Copfer of Miller Valentine.


About Reisenfeld & Associates:
Founded in 1960, Reisenfeld & Associates LPA, LLC is a full-service creditors’ rights law firm offering end-to-end legal representation to the mortgage, banking and default servicing industries. As designated counsel for Fannie Mae, the firm takes pride in providing unparalleled representation in all counties and federal districts in the states of OH, KY and IN. Reisenfeld & Associates provides a comprehensive legal package of default servicing activities including: bankruptcy, collection, loss mitigation, judicial foreclosures, forbearance agreements, litigation, deed-in-lieu, REO transactions, and evictions. Their services are designed to minimize lead-times while maximizing legal sufficiency and business effectiveness.

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