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Bardin Levavy, Attorney at Law
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Value-Added, Compassionate Legal Representation

For attorney Bardin Levavy, life is a continuing conversation.

Many of those talks occur at his law office in West Orange, New Jersey. Residents and area business come to his firm for help with their business or estate plans. Mr. Levavy takes the time to listen to their legal problems. He provides the information necessary for them to make sound legal decisions.

A Lawyer Committed To Tailored And Transparent Legal Advocacy

Mr. Levavy possesses an unwavering commitment to customized and creative legal solutions. His practice of business law ranges from entity formation to transactional work. Estate planning encompasses everything from wills and trusts to administration and probate.

Mr. Levavy not only works with them directly, but he also serves as a valuable legal partner who makes himself available for questions. He also provides continuing updates via telephone, email or in-office visits. On the rare occasions where he is not available, he promptly responds to all client concerns.

Skillful And Detail-Oriented Drafting Of Legal Documents

While business law and estate planning are vastly different legal practice areas, they do both require an attorney who can draft legal agreements and contracts. Mr. Levavy is detail-driven and combines sound writing skills with his comprehensive legal knowledge. The strength of that important paperwork provides businesses, families and even professional musicians much-needed protection from future litigation.

Contact Attorney Bardin Levavy Today

For more information, call Bardin Levavy, Attorney at Law, at 973-325-2411, or send him an email. He provides flexible scheduling during the week and makes himself available for evening appointments. Mr. Levavy is also willing to make home visits and meet with clients in New York City.

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