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M. Bradford Randolph, Esq., PLLC - New York, NY

45 Rockefeller PlazaFL 20 New York, NY 10111

Updated: 03/29/2022

New York New York Criminal Tax Lawyer Law Firm

Overview

Owning and operating a business requires foresight, strategic decision-making and a firm grasp of the regulations that can influence a company. Having a skillful tax and business law attorney to help you make sound decisions regarding tax and business litigation, and other financial disputes, can help set up your business for long-term success.

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About M. Bradford Randolph, Esq., PLLC

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Practice Areas

  • New York Criminal Tax Lawyer

Published Works

  • New York City Tax Law Attorney
  • New York City Business Lawyer
  • New York City Probate Attorney
  • New York Bankruptcy Lawyer
  • New York Business and Tax Attorney

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Address

45 Rockefeller PlazaFL 20 New York, NY 10111

Fax

  • 212-759-0087

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