Meet the attorneys at Slepkow, Slepkow Associates Inc. in East Providence RI. (Established in 1932)
Slepkow Slepkow & Associates Inc. is an established and well respected law firm located in East Providence (Riverside) RI.
There are six lawyers at SS&A concentrating in different areas of law including real estate transactions, real estate law, divorce, family law and child custody, visitation as well as personal injury / car accidents, estate planning and business law. SS&A is one of the oldest and most respected law firms in RI and Southeastern Massachusetts.
Slepkow Slepkow & Associates, Inc. was established nearly 90 years ago and continues into the third generation. SS&A services all of Rhode Island including: Barrington, Bristol, Central Falls, Coventry, Cranston, Cumberland, Central Falls, East Greenwich, East Providence (Riverside and Rumford), Jamestown, Johnston, Lincoln, Narragansett, Middletown, North Providence, Newport, North Kingstown, North Providence, North Smithfield, Pawtucket, Providence, South Kingstown, Tiverton, Warren, Warwick, West Warwick, Woonsocket, etc.
We also provide legal representation to clients in Southeastern Massachusetts (MA). The Rhode Island attorneys at Slepkow Law are experienced, caring and highly skilled. Please call a lawyer / attorney (401-437-1100) at our firm or use our convenient contact form.
SS&A is one of the largest residential and commercial real estate transactions law firms in the Ocean State. The attorneys at Slepkow make every effort to return phone calls within 24 hours of receipt. When you retain Slepkow you know you are represented by an establish, effective and knowledgeable RI law firm.
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