Flushing Attorneys

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Joe was retained over four years ago on a case involving enforcement of an old settlement, poorly written. He was... more
Flushing  Joseph Wallace Howington

Joseph Howington

Ontario, CA Family
Avvo rating 10.0
Jay came highly recommended from a close lawyer friend. Our friend didn't specialize in the type of problem we had....... more
Flushing  Jay Scott Finnecy

Jay Finnecy

Vista, CA Criminal Defense
Avvo rating 8.6
Stuart is a unique type of attorney in the sense that he took a great deal of time to listen to my transaction,... more
Flushing  Stuart M. Dorf

Stuart Dorf

Farmington Hills, MI Corporate / Incorporation
Avvo rating 7.1
I highly recommend William Makler since I'm an international student and the English is not my first language. William... more
Flushing  William Carlos Makler

William Makler

Santa Barbara, CA DUI / DWI
Avvo rating 10.0
I've had a couple of lawyers in the past, but when I was given Guy Spayth's number I was hesitant. I gave it shot and... more
Flushing  Guy Robert Spayth Jr.

Guy Spayth

Chicago, IL General Practice
Avvo rating 6.5
I was a Mr.Galbraith's client for two years and I have a great deal of appreciation for his hard work for me. He has... more
Flushing  Stewart Paul Galbraith

Stewart Galbraith

Chico, CA Personal Injury
Avvo rating 6.5
I had a Social Security Disability case that to me was very confusing. Christopher Sharry was extremely helpful... more
Flushing  Christopher Robert Sharry

Christopher Sharry

Worcester, MA Social Security
Avvo rating 7.2
Initially I contacted Michael Tillotson for my reckless driving ticket and to my dismay he referred me to Mark Matney.... more
Flushing  Mark Randolph Matney

Mark Matney

Newport News, VA Speeding / Traffic Ticket
Avvo rating 8.5


practicing lawyers in Flushing

Flushing, New York is notable for its history of serving as a refuge for those who were religiously persecuted. Flushing formed as community located just off Main Street. Much like how the English took over the colony from the Dutch, the name is a turn on the Netherlands town name Vlissingen.

Those who differed from the religious affiliation of other New Englanders settled in this area to find religious freedom, including the Society of Friends who fled Protestant persecution in the 1600’s. Later in the 1800’s, African American’s came to the area as they sought the safety and acceptance that the Quakers received there.