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No matter what type of legal issues you are facing, having a lawyer assist you can make addressing legal issues less stressful, and easier to take care of. From preparing wills and protecting assets, to helping you resolve legal troubles and lawsuits, having a lawyer work with you through the process of handling legal matters can take much of the burden off of your shoulders. There are many lawyers on Long Island that specialize in different types of law, whether it be property, taxation, criminal, divorce or any other specialty, finding the right law firm to help you handle your issues can make a world of difference in resolving your troubles promptly and efficiently.

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Anthony A. Capetola

2 Hillside Avenue in Williston Park

Betz Law Office

1010 Northern Blvd in Great Neck

Castiglia-Rubinstein and Associates

445 Broadhollow Road in Melville

Craig D. Robins, Esq.

180 Froehlich Farm Boulevard in Woodbury

Edward Palermo

1300 Veterans Highway in Hauppauge

Ketover & Associates

1225 Franklin Avenue, #335 in Garden City

Law Office of Mitchell J. Rich

3535 Jerusalem Ave in Wantagh

Sari M. Friedman

666 Old Country Road in Garden City

The Law Offices of Scupp & Berman

220 Old Country Road in Mineola
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