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COVID 19 UPDATE: Burke & Casserly, P.C. is now seeing clients on-site. However, we will also continue to conduct meetings via video conferencing or telephone whenever possible. We require, and appreciate, all visitors who are not vaccinated to please continue to wear face masks throughout your visit with our office team. Thank you!
“Burke & Casserly has been our family attorney for 30 years. They have been there for all aspects of law from real estate transactions to wills and planning. Much of our family's success can be linked back to good legal advice from this firm. We highly recommend them!” Anonymous
"My wife and I have used Tim and his firm for a number of years. He has provided support in the area of elder care services for my elderly mother, our personal estate planning and real estate transactions. We have always been well served by Mr. Casserly and his staff. They are attentive to our needs, timely in their service and thorough in their efforts. We strongly recommend Tim and the firm of Burke & Casserly!" John
"Tim and his firm recently navigated our family through a difficult lawsuit during a large real estate transaction. He lead the way with conviction and tenacity. His perseverance kept us out of court leading to the eventual closing of a property that has changed the lives of many. Tim is not just a great lawyer, he is a nice guy who is easy to talk and down to earth." Carl
Hours of Operation:Monday through Friday 8:30am to 5pm EST
We serve the following localities: Albany County including Albany, Altamont, Cohoes, Delmar, Glenmont, Latham, Ravena, Selkirk, Slingerlands, and Voorheesville; Columbia County including Hudson; Fulton County including Johnstown; Montgomery County including Fonda; Rensselaer County including East Greenbush and Troy; Saratoga County including Ballston Spa, Clifton Park, and Saratoga Springs; and Schenectady County including Schenectady. View More
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