You can be perfectly honest with us. The Rules of Professional Responsibility for New York strongly protect confidentiality and attorney-client privilege. No court or anyone else can never force us to disclose our private conversations. In fact, we could lose our license and suffer professional scorn if we ever compromise your confidences.
Someone once said a lawyer is the last person in the world with whom you can be completely honest. In some situations, that statement is literally true. A lawyer is somebody you can trust with your most important problems.
Not only can you be honest with us. We will be honest with you. Our attorneys will be candid with you about your legal issues. Our lawyers can tell you the good news, the bad news, and take action.