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Top Staten Island Probate & Estate Administration Lawyers - New York

State Island's Premiere Full-Service Law Firm From our office on Staten Island, the law firm of Angiuli & Gentile, LLP, conveniently offers a full range of legal services to individuals, families and business owners throughout Richmond County who face serious legal challenges. Our attorneys work hard to deliver the highest level of representation possible to those dealing with legal issues...

Tatia D. Barnes, Esq. is an experienced New York Probate Attorney who has the rare skill of simplifying Estate law into plain language so that her clients clearly understand their situations and how she can help them achieve their legal goals. Tatia is currently a Court Appointed Part 36 Fiduciary, a former prosecutor and a litigator who is poised, adept and tactical in representing her clients...

Connors and Sullivan, Attorneys at Law, PLLC 7620 Third Avenue Brooklyn, New York 11209 Telephone: 718-238-6500, 212-794-4940   Other Offices: 110 East 59th St. 23rd Floor New York, NY 10022 212-737-2700 200-20 Northern Blvd Bayside NY 11361 718-225-7200 79-09 Metropolitan Avenue Middle Village, NY 11379 718-238-6500 The law firm of Michael N. Connors was founded in 1981, and the law firm of...

Founded in 1977, Corash & Hollender, P.C. is one of the oldest firms in Staten Island. The firm takes pride in its reputation of providing highly personalized service to its clients, and to succeeding generations of clients.  Attorneys, Accountants, and other Professionals regularly refer clients to us for our particular areas of expertise.  Client satisfaction is our objective, and...

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