Law Offices of Fred L. Seeman

Law Firm in New York, NY
Full Service New York State Law Firm Providing Strategic Legal Counsel and Innovation.

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About This Firm

Our law firm is committed to providing the highest level of client service. From our inception in 1989, our attorneys have placed an emphasis on providing legal services that make sense from the client's perspective. Our practice is client driven: the client advises what they would like to accomplish and it is our job to fashion appropriate, time tested, well reasoned options in response.

Areas of Law

  • Real Estate and Commercial Litigation.

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    4.4 out of 5.0
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    4.4 out of 5.0

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    Spanish and Polish.

    State Bar Summary

    All Attorneys are members of the New York State Bar Association.

    Contact Information

    Firm Address

    Law Offices of Fred L. Seeman
    32 Broadway, Suite 1214,
    New York, NY 10004

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    718-775-3360 Call firm now

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     32 Broadway, Suite 1214,
    New York, NY 10004


    Office Hours
    09:00 AM- 06:00 PM
    09:00 AM- 06:00 PM
    09:00 AM- 06:00 PM
    09:00 AM- 06:00 PM
    09:00 AM- 06:00 PM

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