Branchport, New York Lawyers
A native of Lancaster, New York, Nathan Shoff received his B.A. in Political Science summa cum laude from Canisius College in 2003, and graduated from SUNY Buffalo Law School magna cum laude in 2006. After working as an associate attorney in Buffalo from 2007-2008, Nathan joined the Thomson Reuters (West) publishing company as an Attorney-Editor of numerous criminal law, civil rights, intellectual property and international legal publications. Nathan is currently a member of the Monroe County Bar Association, the Ontario County Bar Association, and New York State Bar Association, and is a proud supporter of...
Bill has been in private practice for more than 30 years during which he has mastered numerous areas of practice, from pure real property, title, title insurance, real estate finance, associations, corporate, banking, estate planning and administration, landlord tenant, and more. Bill has served as Town Attorney, and since 1998 as Town Justice of his town of residence. He is a long time Rotarian and twice president of his Club. He is the proud father of three children, now all grown and productive members of society. Bill and his wife and best friend Mary of 38 years are both working...
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Pittsford, NY 14534
First practiced law as a Judge Advocate in the U.S. Marine Corps for three years gaining extensive trial advocacy experience. The next two years I worked as the Assistant City Attorney for a suburban city in Franklin County practicing in Ohio municipal law. Then entered private practice serving the needs of clients in a wide number of legal areas adding to my breadth of legal experience and knowledge. My practice is now limited to Family Law matters and Divorce in New York state. Also licensed in Ohio.
Rachel Treichler has been providing legal services to clients in the Finger Lakes and Southern Tier region since 2002. She previously practiced in New York City for 20 years. She represents clients in water law, riparian rights and mineral rights matters.