Central Business District, New York

James H. Sickelco Attorney at Law

James H. Sickelco Attorney at Law

19 W Main St., # 721
Rochester, NY 14614
(585) 546-3820
James H. Sickelco Attorney at Law, Attorneys, Services, Rochester, New York

At the office of James H. Sickelco, Attorney at Law, Attorney Sickelco understands how important it is to have someone knowledgeable of the law on your side in the event of a divorce, custody battle, or real estate dispute. Located in Rochester, NY, he proudly offers high-quality legal counsel and results-driven representation to individuals and families throughout the area. 

When you need help, Attorney Sickelco is there to fight for your rights and get you the justice you deserve. Whether you’re facing a divorce or simply need to draft a will, he has been helping people in various areas of family law, real estate, social security disability, and wills since 1979.

To better care for his clients, Attorney Sickelco will not collect a fee unless you win. He is fully dedicated to his clients and will take the time to hear the case in full before creating an individualized strategy. He will also clear up any legal jargon and make sure you fully understand the procedure.

When you’re looking for exceptional representation to lead you through the court system, look to James H. Sickelco, Attorney at Law. Call him at (585) 546-3820 today to schedule your free consultation. For more on his areas of practice, you can also visit him online

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