Paul M. Kaplan, Attorney
As a graduate of Boston University in 1981 and Albany Law School in 1984, Attorney Kaplan has practiced extensively in the areas of real estate, commercial transactions, bankruptcy, personal injury, foreclosures and landlord/tenant disputes.
A respected member of the Connecticut State and Federal court systems, he also is admitted to practice in New York, New Jersey and the District of Columbia.
Attorney Kaplan has earned a legal ability rating of "BV" (High to Very High) from Martindale-Hubbell, a national publication that rates attorneys.
Approved Attorney For:
People's Bank, Milford Bank, ABN-AMRO, First Union, Campbell Financial Corporation, Countrywide, Diversified Mortgage Group, Connecticut Mortgage Cennter, Wells Fargo, IndyMac Bank, Principal Financial, Flagstar Financial, Peoples Savings Bank
District of Columbia 1987
New Jersey 1988
New York 1985
U.S. Federal Courts 1989
U.S. Supreme Court 1989
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