Larry McCord & Associates in the News
Larry McCord says the Episcopalian Diocese is attempting to evict the longtime parishioners from a historic church so it can sell the land and pocket all the sales proceeds without any of the money going towards the church.
Congregants of a North Bellmore church may lose their place of worship. St. Matthias Ministries is facing a lawsuit from the Episcopal Diocese of Long Island, stating that they own the property and the congregants are just squatters. According to Rev. Lawton Bryant, St. Matthias was given ownership of the land in 1904 by a man named George Williams.
The Episcopal Diocese of Long Island is trying to evict the congregants at St. Matthias Ministries church in Wantagh. St. Matthias was a mission of the diocese from 1904 until 2009, when diocese declared the church closed. The congregants have split from the Episcopal church and are suing to keep their house of worship.
Larry McCord, Founder, Larry McCord and Associates LLC, says the Episcopalian Diocese is attempting to evict the longtime parishioners from a historic church so it can sell the land and pocket all the sales proceeds without any of the money going towards the church.
The school year for older teenagers means getting a ride from friends instead of taking the bus. While parents understand that their teenage children need their freedom, they must also be aware of who their children hang out with and make sure that their friends are not in possession of drugs because their children could be associated with such criminal activities, even if they did nothing wrong.
Larry J. McCord was interviewed by Long Island Business News for an article on the most common issues regarding immigration on Long Island and how it compares with these issues elsewhere.
Larry J. McCord received the Long Island Business News' Leadership in Law Award in the category of Sole Practitioner. The awards ceremony was held November 14 at Crest Hollow Country Club in Woodbury.