Top Central Falls Administrative Lawyers - Rhode Island

  • 140 Reservoir Avenue Providence RI 02907 41.792225 -71.4275

    The Law Office of Douglas H. Smith is a very active general practice/litigation firm for cases primarily in the State of Rhode Island with over 25 years of courtroom experience. Whether your case involves a seller/buyer breach of real estate agreement, arbitration of a large damage dispute, business acquisitions/formations, employee breach of confidentiality agreement, setting up a living...

  • Northwoods Office Park Johnston RI 02919 41.812206 -71.49098

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  • Aquidneck Corporate Park,97 John Clarke Road Middletown RI 02842 41.500538 -71.28711

    The Newport County, Rhode Island law firm Moore, Virgadamo & Lynch, Ltd., provides experienced legal assistance to Rhode Island residents who are facing an issue with real estate law, estate planning and probate administration, business law or family law. Founded in 1919, our firm has established a reputation for effective representation, personal service and outstanding client satisfaction....

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