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Forest Hills Landlord Tenant Law Lawyer
OverviewAttorney Seth Rosenfeld, has been helping New York City landlords and tenants resolve their disputes for over 13 years. Seth has experience litigating complex cases involving all aspects of Landlord and Tenant law including nonpayment of rent, breaches of the lease, illegal sublets, nuisance and Housing Part cases.
Seth also works with individuals with the purchase and sale of real estate. Seth also defends people who have been charged with crimes including domestic violence, DWI and fraud.
About Seth Rosenfeld
Current Employment Position(s)
- Landlord Tenant Law
- Criminal Defense
- Real Estate Law
- Brooklyn Law School, Brooklyn, New York
Honors: Merit Scholarship
- John Jay College of Criminal Justice, New York, New York
- Nassau Community College, Uniondale , New York
Associates of Science in Criminal Justice
Accepts Credit Cards
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118-21 Queens Blvd.Suite 518 Forest Hills, NY 11375
9 AM - 9 PM
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