Who we are
Berenthal & Associates, P.C. is a international law firm operating as professional corporation organized and existing under the laws of the State of New York. Our attorneys are admitted in New York, New Jersey and Florida, with offices in New York, Miami and Paris (France). Our website address is: http://berenthalaw.com.
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Where we send your data
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