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Putnam County, NY General practice lawyers (44 attorneys, 63 reviews)

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  • Putnam County General practice Attorney
    Avvo Rating: 7.8  
    Licensed
    Servicing the greater Putnam County area for over thirty years, the Law Office of William A. Shilling, Jr., P.C. handles real estate transactions, land use and planning, wills and estates, corporate formations, and general civil litigation.
  • Putnam County General practice Attorney
    Avvo Rating: 7.8  
    Licensed
    Practice includes real estate transactions, landlord/tenant disputes, matrimonial, family law, and criminal defense throughout New York City, Westchester, Putnam, Dutchess and Orange Counties. An experienced attorney brings knowledge and integrity...
  • Putnam County General practice Attorney
    Licensed
    Review: “My son had a motorcycle accident and we called Bill Spain. We couldn't have asked for a better lawyer. Always returned calls, answered our questions and concerns, very personable, overall and excellent attorney.”
  • Putnam County General practice Attorney
    Avvo Rating: 7.1  
    Licensed
    Donaldson Kershaw and Norris, LLC.   We are a law firm, focused on family law issues, real estate transaction, commercial transactions, civil litigation and bankruptcy. For all of your legal needs please take a moment to contact our fir...
  • Putnam County General practice Attorney
    Licensed
    Review: “Ms. Fantauzzi was very nice when we called on an immigration matter. She saw us the same day we called and filed our case the same week. It was approved within a few weeks and finally my husband, an athlete, was able to w...
  • Putnam County General practice Attorney
    Avvo Rating: 7.4  
    Licensed
    As an experienced Defensive Attorney, I know the impotance of maintaining a client's not guilty plea until all avenues have been explored to either get the matter dismissed or reduced. Maintaining the not guilty plea requires the Prosecutor to th...