I have the privilege of helping people in my community work out their problems with... more
I have the privilege of helping people in my community work out their problems with the law. So many of my friends and neighbors are from other places and do not understand the law in America. I have dedicated my career to helping these people navigate through the law and find better lives here.
COLLEENKERWICK.INFO. I am an aggressive, competitive attorney who loves the law. My... more
COLLEENKERWICK.INFO. I am an aggressive, competitive attorney who loves the law. My training and experience as an actor enhances my courtroom skills. My clients receive my complete attention and know that I am available 24/7. In return, I require their truth, respect and co-operation. Colleen lives with her adorable son Nicholas, Cocker Spaniel dog 'Grainne' and Guinea Pig 'Yoghur... view profile
Garry Voskresensky, Esq is an attorney with a practice devoted to landlord-tenant... more
Garry Voskresensky, Esq is an attorney with a practice devoted to landlord-tenant litigation. He handles both commercial and residential disputes and evictions. He works directly with his clients to quickly and expediently resolve their landlord-tenant disputes. All standard evictions are charged at fixed/flat rate. Contact him today to discuss your landlord-tenant matter.
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