Adams & Blinn Counsellors At Law, P.C.

Law Firm in Cambridge, MA
617-577-9700

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Areas of Law

  • General Civil Practice. Probate
  • Corporation
  • Real Estate. Trials in all Courts.
  • Trust
  • Taxation
 

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People at This Firm

Lawyer Name:
Area of Law:
George Z. Adams
George Z. Adams
Member
(1856-1915)
George R. Blinn
George R. Blinn
Member
(1885-1926)
Amos L. Taylor
Amos L. Taylor
Member
(1903-1965)
A. Leavitt Taylor
A. Leavitt Taylor
Member
(1912-1991)
Managing Partner
Of Counsel

Firm Details

Year Established

1856

Firm Size

4

Payment Information
  • Free Initial Consultation
  • Fixed Hourly Rates
  • Fixed Fees Available

Contact Information

Firm Address

Adams & Blinn Counsellors At Law, P.C.
Bulfinch Square 43 Thorndike Street,
Cambridge, MA 02141-1714
U.S.A.

Phone

617-577-9700 Call firm now

Telecopier

617-494-9068

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Office Information
Bulfinch Square 43 Thorndike Street,
Cambridge, MA 02141-1714

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Tuesday
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Wednesday
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Thursday
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Friday
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Saturday
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Other Offices
Sterling Office
141 Kendall Hill Road Sterling, Massachusetts
Sterling, Massachusetts Office: 141 Kendall Hill Road. Telephone: 978-368-8264. Telecopier: 978-368-4312.

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