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Gilstein, Kinder & Levin, LLP - Providence, RI

155 S. Main StreetSuite 203 Providence, RI 02903

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Updated: 11/12/2020

Providence Commercial & Construction Law Firm

Overview

The law firm of Gilstein, Kinder & Levin, LLP has long established ties to the practice of law. The firm, formerly known as Armstrong, Gibbons & Gnys, LLP, has been providing legal services to Rhode Island and Massachusetts clients since 1944. In an effort to better serve our clients’ needs, we have offices in Warwick, Providence, and Bristol, Rhode Island. We also have meeting space in Boston, Burlington, Fall River, and Franklin, Massachusetts...

About Gilstein, Kinder & Levin, LLP

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  • Commercial & Construction

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    155 S. Main StreetSuite 203 Providence, RI 02903

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    • 401-751-1500

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    Gilstein, Kinder & Levin, LLP (Main Office) 300 Metro Center Blvd. Suite 150A Warwick, RI 02886 401-751-1500

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