Sidney Center, New York Probate Lawyers
Amy O’Connor is Chair of McNamee Lochner's Trusts, Estates & Elder Law Department. With a concentration in elder law, estate planning, and trust and estate administration, her practice encompasses all aspects of trusts and estates law...
Public service has been a very important part of Suzanne's life. Suzanne serves as the attorney consultant to the Long Island chapter of the non-profit organization Every Child Matters. She has been a member of the local PTA...
I am honest and fair in my charges. I am particular in what matters I take on and will not take on any and every matter that walks in my door. I expect cooperation and a positive attitude from my clients so that I may...
Skilled in Real Estate, Leasing, Contracts, Negotiations, and Financing.
Strong legal professional graduated from Brooklyn Law School.
Commercial real estate conveyancing, acquisitions and financing.
Residential real estate sales and purchases.
Commercial and residential leases.
Cooperative and Condominium board representation.
Licensed to practice law in NY and CT.
Mr. Miller is a member of Elder Counsel and the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys. He is also a member of the Elder Law and Special Needs Section and Trusts and Estates Law Section...
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