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Michael J. Macco, Chapter 13 Trustee - Islandia, NY

2950 Express Drive SSuite 109 Islandia, NY 11749- 3153

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Updated: 05/19/2020

Islandia Admiralty & Maritime Law Firm


Michael J. Macco is one of the U.S. Standing Bankruptcy Trustees appointed by the United States Department of Justice to oversee the operation of bankruptcy cases filed for relief under Chapter 13 of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code within the Eastern District of New York. Michael J. Macco has served as a Trustee since being appointed in 1983...

About Michael J. Macco, Chapter 13 Trustee

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  • Admiralty & Maritime Law
  • Bankruptcy Law



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    2950 Express Drive SSuite 109 Islandia, NY 11749- 3153


    • 631-549-7845

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