Katerina Grinko

Katerina Grinko - Burner Law Group, P.C.



Katerina Grinko
Burner Law Group, P.C.
82 Main Street
Westhampton Beach, NY 11978

631-941-3434

   

Katerina Grinko
Burner Law Group, P.C.

Attorney Profile
Practice Areas
Law School

Touro College
2012 - 2015

Website

https://burnerlaw.com/

631-941-3434


Practicing at the Westhampton Beach and East Hampton offices of Burner Law Group, P.C. Katerina Grinko is instrumental in serving clients with real estate transactions, land use and zoning issues from Manhattan to the east end of Long Island.

Prior to joining Burner Law Group P.C., Katerina worked at a Riverhead based law firm where she handled a heavy volume of real estate, landlord-tenant, land use and zoning matters.

She is a recent recipient of “40 Under Forty” and “Diversity in Business" Awards from the Long Island Business News. In 2021, Katerina was recognized as an “Outstanding Woman in Law” by Hofstra University School of Law Center and Long Island Business News.

In 2022‚ for the second consecutive year, Minneapolis-based Law & Politics publishers of Super Lawyers magazines announced that Katerina had been named as a Rising Star Attorney. Super Lawyers, published in the New York Times Magazine, is a listing of outstanding lawyers from more than 70 practice areas who have attained a high degree of peer recognition and professional achievement in their respective fields. Each year, no more than 5 percent of the lawyers in the state receive this honor.

Katerina was born and raised in Latvia, and moved to the U.S in her early twenties. She received her Juris Doctor degree at Touro College Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center and was a recipient of the CALI Excellence in immigration law and the high academic achievement award.

As a supporter of social causes, she enjoys giving back by representing immigrant children pro bono through the KIND (Kids In Need of Defense) organization. Katerina is admitted to practice in New York State. She is also a member of the American, New York State and Suffolk County Bar Associations. Ms. Grinko lives on the east end of Long Island and enjoys spending time with her family.

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Katerina Grinko's Law Posts

When purchasing investment property, it is better not to own the property in your personal name. Both a Limited Liability Company (LLC) and a Corporation (Corp) offer creditor protection. They create a separation between personal assets and assets owned by the business. In the event of any lawsuit or liability, exposure is limited to the business’s assets. However, when choosing a business entity to hold real estate for investment, an LLC is preferable. Find out why in our latest blog post.

When purchasing investment property, it is better not to own the property in your personal name.  Both a Limited Liability Company (LLC) and a Corporation (Corp) offer creditor protection. They create a separation between personal assets and assets owned by the business. In the event of any lawsuit or liability,…
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Condominiums (“condos”) and housing co-operative (“co-ops”) seem very similar. Generally, both are apartments within a multi-unit building. The major difference lies in the ownership structure. Whether to buy a condo or co-op is a matter of personal choice, finances and the housing market. Visit our latest blog post to learn more about their differences and which option might be the best fit for you.

Condominiums (“condos”) and housing co-operative (“co-ops”) seem very similar. Generally, both are apartments within a multi-unit building.   The major difference lies in the ownership structure. When you buy a condo, you receive a deed and own an individual unit along with undivided interest in the common elements. Co-op owners are…
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When you buy a real estate with someone in New York State there are three ways you could take title: (i) as tenants in common; (ii) as joint tenants with rights of survivorship; or (iii) if married, as tenants by the entirety. The word “tenants” refers to individuals who are co-owners and not to be confused with tenants in the context of a lease. Head over to our blog to learn more.

When you buy a real estate with someone in New York State there are three ways you could take title: (i) as tenants in common; (ii) as joint tenants with rights of survivorship; or (iii)  if married, as tenants by the entirety. The word “tenants” refers to individuals who are…
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