Adirondack Region
Tel: (518) 668-3711
Fax: (518) 326-0366
Capital District
Tel: (518) 283-1245
Fax: (518) 326-0366
Email: carbonelaw@nycap.rr.com
Text us @ 518.265.1586
ATTORNEYS AT LAW FOCUSING ON: Speeding tickets, Traffic tickets, DWI / DUI, Criminal Law, Real Property, Trusts & Estates, Wills, Divorce Cases, Family & Matrimonial Law.

MISSION STATEMENT: We represent Upstate New York clients in need of legal services with our three I's of practice; Integrity, Intensity, and Intelligence. Our affordable lawyers maintain local court relationships in and around (but not limited to): Albany, Troy, Schenectady, Cohoes, Lake George, Colonie, Guilderland, East Greenbush, Mechanicville, Latham, Watervliet, Rensselaer, Glens Falls, Saratoga Springs, Amsterdam, Kinderhook & Hudson.

EXPERIENCE: Having proudly served the Capital District & the Adirondacks for over 35 years, our clientele and courts have increased vastly. Give us a call or email us at carbonelaw@nycap.rr.com for a free consultation.

Capital District
Tel: (518) 283-1245
Fax: (518) 326-0366
Adirondack Region
Tel: (518) 668-3711
Fax: (518) 326-0366

Serving the Capital Region

Albany Skyline

The attorneys and staff at Carbone & Carbone LLP are life long residents and members of the Capital Region community. They intimately know the different cities, towns and villages throughout Upstate New York and have appeared in virtually all their local justice courts.

Being familiar with the different styles, personalities, and nuances of local justice courts ultimately allows Carbone & Carbone LLP the ability to better serve their clients.

Please contact us our office at (518) 283-1245 or email carbonelaw@nycap.rr.com with any questions.

Serving the Adirondacks

Lake George

The Adirondacks, and more specifically, the Lake George Region, has been a very special place to both Martin and Marty Carbone. Since 1981, the Carbone's have spent considerable time vacationing on Lake George and since 2001, Martin Carbone, Sr. has made Lake George his home.

Carbone & Carbone LLP are proud to represent those with legal needs in Warren, Washington, Saratoga, and Essex counties. They intimately know the different cities, towns and villages throughout New York's Adirondack Region and have appeared in virtually all their local justice courts.

Please contact us our office at (518) 668-3711 or carbonelaw@nycap.rr.com with any questions.

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