At the Law Office of Andrew M. Romano, our lawyers represent clients in several different areas of the law, including:
We represent buyers and sellers of residential homes, and provide legal guidance for things such as negotiation and preparation of contracts, mortgages, lien searches, and title insurance. We also provide commercial real estate help for businesses looking to buy or lease property, negotiate contracts, and re-finance. If you need a New York real estate lawyer, look no further than the Law Office of Andrew M. Romano.
We represent landlords and tenants in any sort of proceeding. This includes evictions, holdovers, damage to property, ordinance violations, preparation of leases, and discrimination. Our attorneys have 20 years of experience and can help you solve your legal problems.
If you need to change the zoning of your residence or business to fit your future plans, our lawyers can help. We represent clients who are looking to change their current zoning, and provide guidance from the beginning through the entire zoning process. We can help you get results.
We also provide legal guidance and representation in a multitude of other practice areas. Please see our Practice Area Overview Page for more information.
To schedule an appointment with an experienced Yonkers lawyer, contact the Law Office of Andrew M. Romano. We offer our clients free initial consultations as well as flexible office hours by appointment.
Specific Practice Area and Industry Group Details across multiple offices:
5.0/5.0 Review for Law Office of Andrew M. Romano on 03/28/15 in Commercial Law.
Mr. Romano is extremely professional, knowledgable and does the utmost for his client.
His staff is also polite and responsive.
1.0/5.0 Review for Law Office of Andrew M. Romano on 06/21/16 in Real Estate.
Warning:: Find a qualified attorney who is responsive and prepared!! Mr Romano is nice bit not a very adapt attorney.
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