Gerald Migdol, Esq.

Gerald Migdol, Esq.


Gerald S Migdol Esq is the founder and President of the Migdol Organization; a Harlem based real estate management and development firm with ancillary social service, legal and security businesses including several non-profits dedicated to the health, education and welfare of the Harlem community.

Mr. Migdol is an attorney, well trained in the construction trades and has been buying developing and turning around mismanaged properties in the City for nearly 40 years. He has been involved with over two hundred properties from Chinatown to the South Bronx and everywhere in between, including properties he redeveloped nationally during the last two financial declines, always concentrating on inner city housing and always leaving neighborhoods better for being there. Throughout his career he has managed thousands of apartments, at times in different states; and has provided crisis immediate takeover management for the Resolution Trust Co, Freddie Mac and local Supreme Court Receiverships.

Mr. Migdol and his family live and work in the Harlem area and currently their holdings are concentrated in those neighborhoods, where they own and manage many buildings, taking great pride in improving buildings and neighborhoods. They maintain great relations with the Community Boards, police precincts, local CBOs and elected leaders and have much goodwill with the community and its people.

The Migdol Organization is an approved NYC shelter provider for homeless families and it provides social, legal and relocation services to these families as we move them to permanent housing. Our firm is routinely ranked by DHS in the top 10% of performers and these businesses, including management construction and security provide tens of jobs for the Harlem community. Together with his son, Aaron Migdol, Esq, they formed a law firm specializing in real estate, contract law and business issues; offering pro bono legal advice to shelter residents.

In 2004 Mr. Migdol started the Migdol Family Foundation and began making donations for the benefit of community residents; after his son Daniel passed away in Harlem in 2008 his family opened The Daniel Migdol Memorial Fund helping young people in need. Today the Migdols non-profit-- Friends of Public School Harlem--supplements local schools and students by providing supplies, computers and other resources as it tries to help level the playing field. Mr. Migdol serves on the Board of his own not for profits as well as other community based ones including Friends of Harlem Hospital and the Pelham Fritz Scholarship Fund.

Aaron Migdol, Esq.

Aaron Migdol, Esq.


Aaron Migdol is an attorney and real estate operator based in Harlem; Migdol's law practice specializes in foreclosure defense litigation, real estate transactions and advocacy for the homeless, while his real estate company develops and manages a diverse array of housing ranging from multi-family apartment buildings to shelters. Migdol, along with his father, Jerry, are the principals of the Migdol Organization, which has subsidiary companies that include real estate brokerage, real estate management, a security company, a construction company, a law firm, a charitable foundation, and several nonprofit entities that support education, health and housing needs throughout Harlem. Migdol also serves on the board of several nonprofits, and he spends significant time volunteering and providing pro-bono legal services throughout Harlem. Migdol has a BA in economics and art history from Hamilton College and a JD from the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law with a concentration in real estate law; Migdol is licensed to practice law in New York State.


Reverend Sheri Perl Migdol is an Interfaith Minister, a published author and a spiritual healer/advisor. She has studied, practiced and taught various spiritual disciplines for over forty years, having travelled a unique and diverse path. Her life changed at the age of 20, when after being gravely ill, she received miraculous distant healing from well-known English spiritual healer Harry Edwards, who then became her teacher and confidant.

Her work as a spiritual healer and bereavement counselor has touched thousands of lives all over the world and has brought widespread acclaim and gratitude. Sheri began The Prayer Registry in 2009 after her son died unexpectedly and has turned her own grief into the power to heal, soothe and comfort others so afflicted. Her work with psychic mediums has opened doors and allowed loving communications with her son, her father and others who have crossed; and she has made this an integral dynamic in her bereavement work. It is in these arenas that her compassion and sensitivity clearly shines and her ability to heal physical and emotional travails is her ministry.

She continues to advise teach and consult through her Internet writings and her website and through guest appearances on radio shows, in lecture halls and in interfaith classrooms. Sheri frequently opens her home to gifted spiritual mediums and invites friends, relatives and guests to experience the incredible feeling of touching the afterlife.

Sheri has studied with some of life’s great spiritual teachers including Jane Roberts and Seth, and has assimilated diverse disciplines with her own unique perspective to present her own world and other worldly view.