Alicia J. Klat, Esq. takes a goal-oriented, client-centered approach to practicing law. Her holistic law practice focuses on estate planning, trusts & estates, prenuptial agreements and new business ventures. She was nominated for the New York State Bar Association's Outstanding Young Lawyer of 2008 and is an Adjunct Professor at Pace University School of Law. Ms. Klat is licensed to practice law in New York and Connecticut. Additionally, she is the founder of the Society of Enlightened Entrepreneurs, a unique business association that empowers socially conscious entrepreneurs.

Please contact Ms. Klat directly with inquiries about legal representation, speaking engagements, writing contributions and teaching opportunities.

The Society of Enlightened Entrepreneurs is a unique business association that supports conscious entrepreneurs through connections, culture, charity and community.

We achieve our goal by hosting connecting cocktail parties, producing speakers series,social networking, our website and focused e-mails.

Our Members offer distinctive products and services in diverse industries ranging from health care and consulting to financial services and retail. They make business decisions that consider environmental sustainability, cultural impact, charitable contributions, spirituality and, of course, profitability.

Visit the to learn more.

ARAG, a global provider of legal solutions, invited me to participate in the launch of their new blog: Support in a Split.
“It’s their divorce, but you’re going through it, too.”
With insight from attorneys, counselors and divorce survivors, this blog provides support to those who are helping others navigate divorce.

I’m pleased to contribute my thoughts on how to best support your friend who is dealing with divorce or a transition in her marriage. Each month, I plan to share one easy and empowering tip that you can suggest to your friend as a way to help. Please follow me.

Recently, I was involved in saving street trees in the town of North Hempstead. On June 23, 2008, I held a ceremony to honor the 5 trees felled by the town in the "Main Street Massacre."

Click this link to learn more about the event and the importance of street trees.

The New York Times published this article on July 13, 2008, about the event and street trees in my town.

Here is the link where you can listen to and have a free download of the"Street Trees" song specially written for the ceremony by the songwriter Jordon Rothstein. (Here are additional links for Jordon Rothstein:,

Very special thanks to Marianne Hodges who provided the blessings for the ceremony, created the google page (link above) and informed the local environmental community about the event. (to learn more about Marianne, please visit her website.

To learn more about the ritual preformed in the ceremony, please visit Barbara Biziou's website.

Street trees are a vital part of our neighborhoods, bringing enormous benefits to the community. Efforts to implement tree-saving practices are in development with the town of North Hempstead. Thanks to all who participated and made the event a success. Street trees and sidewalks can live in harmony!

For more information, please feel free to contact me.

Remember: there should be no S-T-R-E-E-T without a T-R-E-E !!!

Thank you.