I practice in the field of Real Estate, Lending and Business Law. This is a very... more
I practice in the field of Real Estate, Lending and Business Law. This is a very broad field of law as it involves me in probate matters, bankruptcy, tax, zoning, development, landlort/tenant issues, mortgage lending, foreclosures, business planning and even criminal law from time to time. I like to deal with complex title issues, property disputes and the resolution of title defects. ... view profile
Attorney John Roncone began practicing law in 1962 having graduated from Mt. Saint... more
Attorney John Roncone began practicing law in 1962 having graduated from Mt. Saint Mary's College, New England School of Law and New York Law School. His practice has concentrated in family law matters (divorce, paternity, custody, child support, adoption) personal injury (motor vehicle accidents, wrongful death, dog bites, slip and fall), criminal defense (DUI DWI OUI, assault, battery, drug o... view profile
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