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Queens Probate & Estate Administration Lawyers, Attorneys and Law Firms - New York

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The Law Offices of Nathan Erlich, P.C.,
Probate & Estate Administration Lawyers Serving Queens, NY (Forest Hills, NY)
Very Highly qualified probate and estate lawyer and yet we charge reasonable rates.
877-518-7581
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Nathan Erlich, P.C. has been engaged in the practice of law in Queens for over ten years. Our firm specializes in real estate, banking, finance, and taxation. We are one of the largest mortgage loan closing firms in Queens. Our firm is known for its...
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Joseph N. Yamaner & Associates
Probate & Estate Administration Lawyers Serving Queens, NY (Woodside, NY)
Queens Premier Estate Planning Lawyer -The attorney other attorneys turn to when they have a difficult case or problem.
800-625-1927
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You deserve complete attention from your lawyer, both initially and as your matter is carried out. Before attending law school Joseph served as a reconnaissance commanding officer in the Israeli Defense Forces and the Border Guard serving during The...
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ROBERT KAPLAN PC
Probate & Estate Administration Lawyers Serving Queens, NY (Forest Hills, NY)
Personal and Professional Representation for over 25 years in Probate and Estate Administration needs.
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Robert Kaplan, Esq. has been an attorney with a practice concentrated in real estate law since 1985. Although he continues to provide counsel in other areas of the law, Mr. Kaplan prides himself on the ability to provide knowledgeable and...
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M. Bradford Randolph, Esq., PLLC
Probate & Estate Administration Lawyers Serving Queens, NY (New York, NY)
Representing clients for probate, estate litigation matters, and proof of kinship.
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Owning and operating a business requires foresight, strategic decision-making and a firm grasp of the regulations that can influence a company. Having a skillful tax and business law attorney to help you make sound decisions regarding tax and...
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