Learn More About the Law Office of Jacquelynn Vance-Pauls
Standing Up for You and Your Rights
The Law Office of Jacquelynn Vance-Pauls has been providing personalized and timely counsel to the people of Middletown, NY since 2002. I know how complex and overwhelming the legal process can be. This is why my goal is to help you understand your rights and the issues affecting your file.
The Law Office of Jacquelynn Vance-Pauls works hard to protect your rights. But my job doesn’t stop there — I strive to keep you informed about the details of your file as they evolve. Law Office of Jacquelynn Vance-Pauls keeps you involved and personally guides you in making important decisions about your file. I am here to serve you and protect your rights. Call today and schedule an appointment.
The Law Office of Jacquelynn Vance-Pauls specializes in Residential Real Estate, Commercial Real Estate Uncontested Divorces, Pre-nuptual agreements, Leases, Wills, and Traffic Violations.
I pride myself on offering my clients the very best advice in my specific areas of expertise. I know what I do best, and will bring an unparalleled depth of knowledge to your file. I specialize to win.
Residential & Commercial Real Estate
I handle a variety of tasks, such as researching laws, helping with contract negotiations, and representing clients in court. I do everything I can to ensure the success of my clients.
We represent a number of our clients who have gotten traffic tickets. We make the violations easy to understand and help you receive fair treatment in court.
At our office, we help with uncontested divorces. If you need help with finalizing your uncontested divorce we can help.
Are you getting married soon? We know getting married is a magical time but there are still some touchy subjects to discuss. At our office we can draft a prenup to make your marriage go smoothly.
We help draft, understand, and interpret leases. We make sure our clients receive the best quality of care when they come to us.
Wills & Trusts
At our office, we help arrange a person's life, for the management and disposal of that person's estate during the person's life and at and after death, while minimizing gift, estate, generation-skipping transfer, and income tax.