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Suffolk County, NY: Estate Planning Lawyers, Attorneys and Law Firms
Attorney Valerie A. Shivers founded the Shivers Law Group to provide residents of Suffolk County quality legal advice and service in a wide range of practice areas. With her associate attorneys, Phillip K. Vacchio and William Blum and supporting staff, the Shivers Law Group offers clients dedicated, professional advice and representation in the following legal practice areas: Estate planning and...
Online/Virtual Meetings Available My name is Akiva Shapiro, and I established my law firm, Akiva Shapiro Law, PLLC, in Old Bethpage, New York, in order to help individuals and families throughout my community protect themselves, their assets and their heirs for the future. Serving all of Long Island (Nassau and Suffolk counties), I provide the personalized assistance and effective solutions...
A comprehensive list of estate planning services is addressed at The Law Office of Joseph Marino, P.C. We are highly dedicated to providing families in West Sayville, New York, with exemplary customer service, which includes going above and beyond the initial planning and drafting steps. Our service area extends to clients in Sayville, throughout Suffolk and Nassau counties, the South Shore and...
At Cobert, Haber & Haber Attorneys at Law in Garden City, New York, we handle a range of civil and criminal issues. Our law office excels in: Family law: Divorce, custody, visitation and child support Personal injury: Car accidents and serious injury Estate planning: Probate, estate administration, wills and trusts Corporate law: Contracts, transactions and litigation Criminal law: Defense in...
Futterman, Lanza & Pasculli provides experienced elder law and estate planning with main offices in Smithtown, Bay Shore and Garden City with an office in Southampton by appointment. The firm is committed to helping the elderly, individuals with disabilities, and their families. Whether you are concerned for yourself, your spouse or an aging parent, we can help you. Futterman, Lanza &...
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