Mishiyeva Law, Esq.


Mishiyeva Law, Esq.

Bankruptcy & Debt, Estate,

  • Office Hour: Monday-Friday, 9:00AM-5:00PM
  • Language: English | Russian


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"Kamilla is very professional and I highly recommend her legal services. She was easy to speak with, answered all my questions, and answered my emails and phone calls in a timely manner. By hiring her as my attorney I was able to accomplish what I needed. Her legal fees are the going rate for this type of law. Again, I wholeheartedly recommend her legal services."

  8 months ago     Arlene Johnston

"To say that I am a satisfied client of Mishiyeva Law PLLC, is an understatement. I walk away with confidence, knowledge and also someone whom I will never forget! Kamilla, was an amazing attorney! More than just legal counsel as she quells any anxiety you may feel when you are coming on as a client and she is literally there every step of the way. If you are not familiar with the processes, she will walk you through them and give you the confidence of knowing everything will be okay. Speedy communication, awesome understanding through your hardship and a knowledge powerhouse is what you will get when working with this firm and especially Kamilla herself. Whatever phase you may be seeking her counsel it is very worth it!"

  7 months ago     Tatiana Burks

"It is my pleasure to recommend Kamilla she's a great lawyer who really knows her "p's and q's" in the world of probate law... initially I consulted with several attorneys who were "half with me half not" so to speak... once I met Kamilla I knew I had the right person for my situation....She is knowledgeable, professional, fair and fiercely intelligent...if you need someone to represent you in a fair manner and get results I highly recommend Kamilla... she will represent you in a professional and results-driven, expeditious manner..."

  6 months ago     Maya Helena

"Kamilla is an amazing probate attorney. I hired Kamilla for a very complicated and delicate matter. She was very professional and courteous to me. She really knows what she is doing. She is deeply passionate about her work and she cares a lot about each client. Kamilla was excellent in returning my phone calls,texts and emails to answer any questions I had. It was really a pleasure working with her. Overall, I would highly recommend her."

  7 months ago     Leyla Rosso

"Kamilla was a steady and experienced hand during the surreal experience of putting together wills, healthcare proxies and POAs for me and my husband. She was responsive and understanding during the drafting process, and then seamlessly lined up all the logistics for the signing (e.g., witnesses). We were very happy with the result and would recommend her enthusiastically"

  6 months ago     Nick Kaluk

Mishiyeva Law, Esq.
80 Wall Street
New York, NY 10005


80 Wall Street
New York, NY 10005

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