Staten Island Attorneys

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In writing this review, it is difficult for me to address Ms. Kaitlin Kennedy as a lawyer since she completely fails... more
Staten Island  Kaitlin Keighery

Kaitlin Keighery

East Brunswick, NJ Family
Avvo rating No concern
David Sorensen guided me through a difficult and complicated medical malpractice case, ending in a trial where we were... more
Staten Island  David Alexander Sorensen

David Sorensen

Chicago, IL Lawyer
Avvo rating 6.5
Took my case, sounded great. Said email is best way to contact, yet never responded to emails. Assumed he was working... more
Staten Island  Michael John Gauthier

Michael Gauthier

Wauconda, IL Divorce / Separation
Avvo rating 9.6
I used Kate for a zoning issue and she was fantastic. Worked out very well.
Staten Island  Kate L. Mccracken

Kate Mccracken

Aurora, IL Lawyer
Avvo rating 6.5
I had a misdemeanor paraphernalia charge and felony possession charge. After the misdemeanor charge, which I was... more
Staten Island  Adam Brian Tisdell

Adam Tisdell

Amarillo, TX Criminal Defense
Avvo rating 5.8
Dean was incredibly knowledgable and helpful. He clearly presented the facts to the debt purchasers attorney and was... more
Staten Island  Larry Dean Pender Jr.

Larry Pender

Boston, MA Debt Settlement
Avvo rating 7.4
When my husband had a possible deportation order back to El Salvador, we went straight to Mr. Torres! His reputation... more
Staten Island  Isaias D. Torres

Isaias Torres

Houston, TX Immigration
Avvo rating 7.2
The attorney provided excellent legal advise regarding a potential real estate matter, his office kept me informed on... more
Staten Island  Ralph M Fava Jr

Ralph Fava

Hawthorne, NJ Speeding / Traffic Ticket
Avvo rating 6.5


practicing lawyers in Staten Island

In 1776, Staten Island was the site of a failed peace conference between the United States and the British Empire.

Lord Richard Howe and General William Howe met with a U.S. delegation consisting of John Adams, Benjamin Franklin, and Edward Rutledge in an attempt to end the American Revolutionary War.

However, the British delegation's insistence that the U.S. withdraw the Declaration of Independence was something the U.S. delegation refused to accept. The meeting ended without an agreement after only three hours.