Top Doylestown Foreclosure & Alternatives Lawyers - Pennsylvania

At Avallone Law Associates in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, our law firm handles all types of real estate cases in the Philadelphia metro area and throughout the northeastern and southeastern parts of the state. In addition to quiet title, partition, real estate tax and construction matters, as well as zoning, condominium and transactional matters, we offer accessible, dependable and experienced...

  • 544 Carlisle Street Hanover PA 17331 39.80792 -76.99009

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    14 South 2nd Street Newport PA 17074 40.477432 -77.130356

    Scaringi & Scaringi, P.C. is a comprehensive, full service law firm. Our attorneys have over 70 years of combined legal experience. Each of our attorneys has his or her particular legal focus. For example, Melanie Walz Scaringi focuses her practice in estate planning, probate, elder law and real estate. Marc Scaringi practices in the areas of commercial law and litigation, business formation...

  • 101 Main Street Towanda PA 18848 41.76955 -76.44308

    With an office in Towanda, the law firm of Griffin, Dawsey, DePaola & Jones, PC, has been serving Bradford County and surrounding areas for more than 60 years. As a general practice law firm with knowledge and experience in many areas of law, we are able to meet the legal needs of clients throughout northern Pennsylvania.  Our attorneys take a practical, problem-solving approach to...

  • 237 Desmond Street Sayre PA 18840 41.97999 -76.515434

    With an office in Towanda, the law firm of Griffin, Dawsey, DePaola & Jones, PC, has been serving Bradford County and surrounding areas for more than 60 years. As a general practice law firm with knowledge and experience in many areas of law, we are able to meet the legal needs of clients throughout northern Pennsylvania.  Our attorneys take a practical, problem-solving approach to...

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