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Buffalo Real Estate Lawyer
Together, we are continuing a legacy and family connection with this part of New York state, Frank and Francesca both hail from Buffalo's West Side and continue to serve the community there. This local legacy was started by Francesca's father, Attorney Frank Falzone, who has been practicing in Buffalo for almost four decades. Like him, our law firm shares a belief in service over profit, aiming to deliver excellent legal counsel at affordable prices.
As a local law firm, we are growing fast, and we are incredibly proud to say most of our new clients come by way of referral, from individuals and companies we have represented in the past. We welcome the growing diversity of this community, support local businesses whenever we can and take an active role in civic life.
About Francesca Falzone
Current Employment Position(s)
- English (Primary)
- Real Estate
- Criminal Law
- Representing Landlords in Eviction Proceedings
- Housing Court Violations
- Uncontested Matrimonial
- Vehicle Traffic Matters
- Estate Planning (Drafting Wills and Trusts)
- New York, 2014
- New York State Bar Association, 2013 - Present
- Erie County Bar Association, 2013 - Present
- Centro Culturale Italiano Di Buffalo, 2018 - Present
Pro Bono Activities
- Center for Elder Law and Justice, 2017 - 2020
- Naples Professional, Paralegal, 2006 - 2010
- University of Michigan Law School at Ann Arbor, Ann Arbor, Michigan
- University at Buffalo, Buffalo, New York, 2006
Major: Political Science
Accepts Credit Cards
215 Hampshire Street Buffalo, NY 14213
- 716-882-0240 (Fax)
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