Law Offices of Roman Aminov


Law Offices of Roman Aminov

Real Estate, Elder Law, Wills & Probate, Estate, Estate Planning

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"Mr. Aminov was truly a blessing to our family. He was always keeping us informed with what was going on and what our next steps would be. Probating an out of state will and closing on an inheritance did not bring our family together, to say the least. Roman always had our best interests and myself with mom and 3 brothers, had 100% trust and faith in him at all times!"

  8 months ago     Liz Yonke

"We used Mr. Aminov to probate my father's will. He was very professional, caring, and patient during an upsetting time. The whole process was quick and easy. He was always available to answer our questions. I had checked around with other probate lawyers and his prices were extremely reasonable. Without question, I would recommend him."

  9 months ago     S. Mark

"Attorney Aminov and his team work diligently and followed-up promptly to resolve the issues with my case. What's more, his fees also was very reasonable. Very much recommend his services!"

  8 months ago     Kaushal DM

"Saw the law offices of Roman Amino on line and after reading all the reviews made an appointment. The 5 star reviews were right. Very pleasant and professional. Would certainly recommend their services."

  8 months ago     shelley hunter

"My husband and I decided we needed to speak to a lawyer, regarding a 'probate' issue over a will. I went online and the first person to come up was Roman Aminov. I knew immediately this was the one who could help us. Without looking at the reviews, which is my habit, I called him and Roman immediately answered, Within three days of time, Roman expertly advised us of what we needed to know about the will and guided us through the process. He even sent me five articles he authored which explained the process of probates in detail.nI have had my share of lawyers in my lifetime and I dare say, Roman is a standard. He offered his full attention to our issues and quickly began working on resolutions.nI love his balanced nature and easy sense of humor. He is a patient listener and exhibits a passion for his profession. One notable moment, while discussing how to move forward with the legal issues with the family in the future, Roman offered gentle grandfatherly words of wisdom that really helped to shift and ease our tension with this situation. Roman appears young, but he is wise beyond his years and very knowledgeable in several field of law.nAfter examining the facts of our case, Roman offered his assessments. They were comprehensive enough to provide the clarity we were seeking.nWe felt in that moment, we could move forward with confidence.nThroughout this period of time working with him, Roman always demonstrated integrity, professionalism, dedication and efficiency. He stayed connected with us by email or phone, so we were always informed. I have spoken to only one member of his staff, and she was very pleasant while handling my call.nIf you are still unsure if Roman can help you, I suggest call and speak to him about your concerns. After speaking with Roman in our initial phone call, I knew we could finally relax and breathe easy because we were in capable hands.nIt was our joy and blessing to have found Roman. There are not enough words to express our gratitude."

  9 months ago     Joan Giambrone

Law Offices of Roman Aminov
147-17 Union Turnpike
Flushing, NY 11367


147-17 Union Turnpike
Flushing, NY 11367

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