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The Law Offices of Andreas Vasilatos, PLLC

The Law Offices of Andreas Vasilatos, PLLC represents clients in the New York City metropolitan area in family law and divorce, criminal defense, and business and real estate law. The firm also assists other law firms with their litigation needs and practice transitions.

Attorney Andreas Vasilatos has litigated many cases in his career; his experience makes him not only a sought-after advocate for clients in need of representation, but a respected consultant to other attorneys. His goal, whether litigating or negotiating, is to resolve each client's legal issues effectively, ethically, and efficiently, and to prevent future legal disputes and conflicts from arising. Clients in all cases, especially family law or criminal cases, need someone to stand up for them and protect their rights. Because Andreas Vasilatos prepares every case in meticulous detail and has the courtroom experience to take a case all the way through trial if needed, his clients are assured of the strong advocacy they deserve.

The attorneys of the Law Offices of Andreas Vasilatos, PLLC have handled hundreds of cases involving matrimonial law, the criminal justice system, business, real estate, and more. Andreas Vasilatos understands, however, that no matter how much experience an attorney has with a certain type of case, that case is often a life-changing first to the client. You have our word that your case will be as important to us as it is to you, and will be treated accordingly.

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Attorney Andreas Vasilatos practices law with one guiding principle: an attorney may have many cases, but a client only has one life. In other words, no matter how may times an attorney has handled a certain type of case, the one in front of him should never be treated as routine, because it may mean everything to his client. Andreas has diverse experience in a broad range of practice areas. Read More

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