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    Real Estate Lawyers in East Meadow


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    Business Listing   Adler- Ira J. Attorney - East Meadow, NY - Phone: (516) 296-7000


    Business Listing   Ficara- Anthony Attorney - East Meadow, NY - Phone: (516) 296-7171


    Business Listing   Florida Living Centers - East Meadow, NY - Phone: (516) 735-1700


    Business Listing   Kranz- Elizabeth Schulman Attorney - East Meadow, NY - Phone: (516) 485-5577


    Business Listing   Rindenow Michael Z Attorney - East Meadow, NY - Phone: (516) 485-0200


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    Helpful Definition for: Real Estate Lawyers


    Real Estate Lawyers, commonly known as real estate attorneys, are legal professionals who are associated with the practice of real estate law. Real estate is an area where a lot of legal matters arise, and to handle all types of legal formalities which are associated with real estate, the real estate lawyers’ services are needed. In East Meadow, there are well established real estate lawyers who carry out real estate transactions smoothly.

    The real estate lawyers of East Meadow perform functions like reviewing agreements, acting as mediators, preparing contracts and appearing in courts. Real estate lawyers in East Meadow can be hired by business firms for managing the legal issues of commercial real estate properties and also by individuals for their residential real estates.

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