Law Office Of Michelle S. Bullock


Law Office Of Michelle S. Bullock

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Michelle S Bullock

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Divorce & Family Law, Estate, Real Estate, Traffic, Mediation

Born and raised in Western New York, Attorney Bullock attended Canisius College, where she received her B.A. in Political Science and Communications. ... (more)

"Michelle was an amazing attorney and helped us through a tricky real estate purchase. Between her attentiveness, ability to answer questions, and overall kindness, I cannot recommend highly enough."

  7 months ago     Daniel Kotlewski

"I would highly recommend Michelle Bullock, Esq. for your legal services. As a Licensed Real Estate Salesperson, Michelle has assisted several of my clients with their real estate closings...always to their great satisfaction. In addition I have personally utilized her services in the area of Family Law and have found her to be knowledgeable, responsive, empathetic and focused on meeting my goals."

  1 year ago     Michelle Tarbox

"I would highly recommend the Law Office of Michelle Bullock. Michelle has help us for the last 15 years with all our legal needs, from buying our first house, to writing our wills, to assisting us with opening a small business as well as the legal help we needed to sell that same business years later. Michelle is knowledgeable, easily accessible & always offering solid advice. I do not hesitate to pick up the phone to call Michelle when the need arises."

  4 years ago     Rene Strazzella

"I highly recommend the law office of Michelle Bullock. Michelle is very knowledgeable, responsive and willing to help. I would not hesitate to contact Michelle for future legal advise."

  4 years ago     Lauren-Brooke Waschak

"I have used Michelles services numerous times over the past ten years. She is exceptionally efficient and easy to work with. She has done everything from Wills and Trust, custody, houses etc... She is very knowledgable and easy to work with. For any legal need I always call her first."

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Law Office Of Michelle S. Bullock
4476 Main St., Suite 202
Buffalo, NY 14226


4476 Main St., Suite 202
Buffalo, NY 14226

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