Our Team

The team at Cronin & Cronin Law Firm works to obtain maximum reductions in property taxes and provide outstanding service to our clients. We are committed to giving each client personal attention to address the individual needs of their case.


Brad W. Cronin, Esq.

Brad W. Cronin is the founding Partner at Cronin & Cronin Law Firm. He has over 40 years of Legal Experience. Brad represents a cross section of many of the largest New York developers, property owners, national corporations, REITs and retail chains. He has extensive trial experience having successfully litigated and resolved high profile cases throughout New York State which has resulted in a number of landmark decisions in the field of Tax Certiorari. 


Over the years Brad’s reputation for honesty and integrity has led to long term relationships with municipal assessment officials. His expertise and extensive experience along with his reputation has resulted in some of the highest property tax reductions in New York State.


Brad has been selected as a Who’s Who of Long Island Business News for the past 7 years in the fields of Tax Certiorari law and Real Estate Law. Each year Long Island Business News honors business leaders whose creative approach to challenges and positive results help to make Long Island better.

For over 30 years Brad has earned the highest rating awarded by Martindale Hubbell in both competency and ethics in his field. This is an honor bestowed on him by his peers for his professional excellence.


Brad is a columnist for the New York Real Estate Journal’s “Ask the Expert” quarterly feature discussing current real property tax issues. Some issues addressed are Hurricane Sandy’s effect on property taxes, Nassau County’s Disputed Assessment Fund, emerging market trends, New York’s property tax rates, and how your purchase price can affect your taxes.

Brad has been an invited speaker and participant on various panels involving different subjects affecting tax certiorari and valuation of property such as condominiums, environmental contamination, and reviewing changes in the tax certiorari field. As a member of the Nassau and Suffolk Condemnation and Tax Certiorari committees, he has worked to implement changes to facilitate the timely resolution of commercial tax protests.

Brad currently serves as executive member of the steering committee and served as Co-President of the Long Island Real Estate Group for three years. This organization has supported various Long Island charities, as well as real estate related projects, educational real estate programs and networking events. He is Cofounder of the North Shore University Hospital Department of Medicine Leadership Circle Committee and serves on the Village of Plandome Planning Board.

Sean M. Cronin, Esq.

Sean M. Cronin is a founding partner at Cronin & Cronin Law Firm with over 20 years experience. He specializes in negotiating tax certiorari matters for prominent developers, national REITs and tenants in Nassau, Suffolk, and Westchester counties, as well as the five boroughs. He is responsible for successfully reducing the assessments, and thereby the real estate taxes, on many of the largest properties in New York State thanks to his expertise in property valuation issues and knowledge of market conditions and demographics. His clients include developers and owners of all property types, including office buildings, industrial buildings, shopping centers and retail locations, restaurants, apartment buildings and condominium complexes, golf courses and assisted living facilities. 


Sean is an Executive Board member and past Co-President of the Long Island Real Estate Group, a charitable organization created to support local communities.   He is an Executive Board Member of Vision Long Island which advances more livable, economically sustainable, and environmentally responsible growth on Long Island through Smart Growth.   Sean is an Advisory Board Member of the Viscardi Center and on the Board of Advisors of the Energeia Partnership. He is an active member of the Chaminade Lawyer’s Association and Real Estate Group as well as the Washington & Lee Alumni Association. 


Sean is featured regularly in the New York Real Estate Journal’s “Ask the Expert” section and has been quoted in various publications, including the Long Island Business News and Newsday. He has been recognized by the Long Island Business News as a “Who’s Who in Commercial Real Estate” multiple times, most recently in 2023 and by the Long Island Herald as the Top Tax Certiorari Attorney in 2023. 

Cara P. Cronin, Esq.

Cara Cronin is a Partner at Cronin & Cronin Law Firm, PLLC.  She has extensive experience representing commercial property owners in tax certiorari matters in Nassau County, Suffolk County, New York City and upstate New York (including Orange, Rockland, Dutchess, Putnam and Westchester counties). Cara is the head of the firm’s New York City practice.


Prior to joining Cronin & Cronin in 2011, Cara worked in Washington, DC at the National Republican Congressional Committee. She continues to be involved in politics and has acted as a consultant to several State Senate campaigns on Long Island.


Cara is Vice President of the Long Island Real Estate Group (LIREG) and co-founder of LIREG W, a subset of LIREG that promotes women in NY real estate. LIREG is an organization that provides the real estate industry and allied trades with a platform for real estate-related charitable giving and networking.


Cara is Vice President of The Safe Center Long Island (TSCLI), a non-profit agency that serves victims of domestic violence, and has served as the honoree of it’s fundraising gala.


Cara has served on the Board of Directors for the Nassau County Women’s Bar Association and as a delegate for the Women’s Bar Association of New York.  She is a bar association member in New York City, Nassau County, Suffolk County and NY State.

Raymond J. Furey, Esq.

Raymond J. Furey, is an experienced trial attorney who utilizes his extensive litigation skills in both the fields of Tax Certiorari and Condemnation to effectively resolve cases through pretrial negotiations, and, if necessary, trial.


Ray Furey has successfully tried over 300 civil cases to verdict in all venues of the New York Metropolitan Area and Federal Court. Ray has been featured for the last decade as one of the ALM Best Lawyers in America. He is a former member of the Nassau County Bar Association Board of Directors; appointed by the Second Department as a member of the 10th Judicial Department Grievance Committee, former chairperson of the Nassau Suffolk Trial Lawyers, and has earned the highest rating in Martindale Hubbell in both ethics and competence. An invited speaker and lecturer, Ray has presented in programs sponsored by the American Bar Association, the New York State Bar Association, the Nassau County Bar Association, and various organizations and Metropolitan law schools.


A long-standing attorney of distinction, Ray has been voted to the prestigious list of and included, again by a vote of his peers, on the Best Lawyers in America awarded for the last 15 years.  As an experienced legal presenter, Mr. Furey has been an adjunct professor at St John’s University teaching at that location for five years. Recently, he has been an invited lecturer for the continuing online legal education forum, Lawline.com. Also, where Board Certification in your field of specialty is rare, Ray is an invited member and has been certified and recertified by the American Board of Professional Liability Attorneys and the National Board of Trial Advocacy.

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