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Top Real Estate Lawyers in the Albany Capital Region

Experienced. Dedicated. Compassionate.

Gillberg Law Firm LLC believes in doing one thing and doing it well! New York Real Property Law is our passion. With three fully staffed offices in the Capital District and Mohawk Valley, we are able to meet the needs of our varied client base.

Whether you are a first-time homebuyer or an expert investor, lender, builder or developer, we are the team for you!

Our Team

Our dedicated team of attorneys and paralegals boasts a combined 236+ years of experience in all facets of the commercial and residential real estate transaction.

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Why Do I Need a Real Estate Lawyer?

Whether you are a first-time homebuyer, expert investor, lender, builder, or developer, our team is here to support you when it comes to New York Real Property Law.

Have a question about the process? Visit our FAQ page to see the answers to the most frequent questions we see.

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What Our Clients Say About Us

“Buying a house is extremely stressful especially when you are in a time crunch to move from your current home. Between Gillberg Law and Sunmark… it could not have been faster and easier. Any questions we had… Darcy and Adrianna answered and they made it clear and easy to understand. They handled everything for us which truly helped take away some of the stress and anxiety. When it came time to close… Adrianna explained every document and she did it in a way that anyone could understand.

My husband and I are truly grateful to have such a great team working not for us… but with us!”

A.N.

“Working with you on many of my real estate transactions contributed to much of my success, and for that I am grateful – thank you!”

M.B.

Closings always go smoothly when you’re involved!

M.R.

How Can We Help?

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