4 College Place, Rockville Centre, New York, 11570 -- Telephone: 516-766-1415  -- Fax: (516) 766-1592 

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Since 1970, Seward & Seward has enjoyed a stellar reputation for being one of New York's top small firms in the areas of Real Property, Estate and Business Law.  Located in beautiful Rockville Centre, New York, Seward & Seward  takes great pride in its ability to acheive "big firm" results while providing its clients with "small firm" attention. 

Our goal is to remain at the cutting edge in each of our practice areas while continuing to provide the service and zealous representation that our clients have come to expect. We invite you to read further to discover more about our Firm and to explore its history of excellence.  Please contact us to let us know how we may serve you today. 
NEW YORK'S REAL ESTATE, BUSINESS AND ESTATE LAW FIRM    WITH A HISTORY OF EXCELLENCE
 REAL PROPERTY:  Real Estate   
Municipal Law - Banking Law   Cooperative Law - Litigation  Landlord/Tenant - Leases

ESTATE LAW: Wills - Trusts - Probate Litigation

BUSINESS LAW: Corporate Formation - Contract Drafting, Negotiation and Review - Business Dispute Litigation  Equine Law
The Real Estate market may be slowly recovering.  Did you know that according to several recent surveys, corporate relocation volumes and budgets are expected to further increase over the course of 2011? Read further to discover how this may impact the real estate market.
57% of Americans do not have Wills, according to recent surveys.  Are you one of them? Creating a Will now will take a great deal of stress off of your loved ones in the future. Seward and Seward provides experienced, cost-effective services to help you prepare for the future by creating your Will today!
PRACTICE AREAS
Do you have a Will?  When was the last time you reviewed it?  If the circumstances in your life have changed since you last reviewed your Will, it may be time to update it!  Contact us today to make an appointment to discuss your situation.  We will be pleased to work with you to make sure that your Will  accurately directs the disposition of your estate.