Molloy Law Firm
Capital Region Lawyer With More Than 16 Years of Experience
For more than 16 years, people and families in Albany, Troy, Latham, Clifton Park and the greater Capital Region have trusted their legal problems to the Molloy Law Firm.
Our law firm strives to meet the varied legal needs of our clients in areas of Divorce Law, Matrimonial & Family Law, Real Estate Closings, DWI Traffic Matters, Criminal Law, Personal Injury, Business Formation. To speak with an experienced attorney, call (518) 213-6060 to arrange for an initial consultation.
Many of our clients have been with our firm for years. Many more of our clients have come to our firm after recommendations from existing clients or other attorneys. We know your legal needs are of utmost importance. We believe that the relationship between lawyer and client lasts well beyond a single legal matter. We want to be your law firm.
At our office, you can trust that you will receive experienced, skilled and knowledgeable legal help with your legal problem. If we feel that we are unable to take your case, we can connect you another high quality attorney in the area.
When you need to hire a lawyer, it is important to have a personal relationship and feel confident in your ability to work together. We encourage you to come to our office to meet attorney Robert E. Molloy and our staff. You will be welcomed into our office and feel comfortable with the environment.
Contact us today.
Areas of Practice
- Divorce Law
- Matrimonial & Family Law
- Real Estate Closings
- D.W.I. & Traffic Matters
- Criminal Law
- Personal Injury
- Business Formation
"When I needed help with my divorce, Rob came highly recommended by an attorney friend of mine, and he didn't disappoint. There was no adversarial posturing, with me or with opposing counsel. Instead, there was a low key, highly competent approach to achieve a reasonable solution and I was very happy with the results. I recommend Rob for your legal needs."
Medical Professional, North Greenbush
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