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Top Queens Foreclosure & Alternatives Lawyers - New York

Located in Lake Success, New York, The Law Offices of Melvin Monachan PLLC represents clients in a full range of real estate and foreclosure defense matters. Attorney Melvin Monachan, Esq., is highly rated with Avvo, respected by his peers and appreciated by hundreds of clients due to his significant experience, dedication to the highest legal standards and attention to detail. The law office...

Accommodating a wide range of legal needs, our team at Greenberg & Wilner has been serving the New York City area for more than 50 years. Our law office represents clients in real estate law, real estate transactions and foreclosure issues. In fact, our attorneys have helped hundreds of people in the area become homeowners. They work directly with clients to assess their individual needs and...

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