Fletcher Law Firm - Rochester, New York, Attorney, Wills, Estates, Disability


Wills • Estates • Disability

U.S. Supreme Court Building


Fletcher Law has a history of successful court cases:

Trial Litigation

Millman v. Brownlee, 133 A.D.2d 221 (1987), opponents' lv. to apl. den. 70 N.Y.2d 613 (1987) (successful recovery of swindled property after nine day trial with 16 witnesses).

Stewart v. Warren, 134 A.D.2d 585 (1987) (successful recovery of swindled property).

Real Estate, Adverse Possession

Micheaux v. Michaux (successful adverse possession litigation)

Fletcher has litigated other real estate cases from trial and in the appellate courts.

Contested Guardianships

Fletcher has also successfully represented elderly persons in contested guardianships.

Contested Probate

Successfully defended against a challenge to the probate of a will; got the will admitted to probate, and the named executor was appointed.

Social Security Disability Cases

Fontana v. Callahan, 999 F. Supp. 304 (E.D.N.Y.), NYLJ 4/9/98, p. 1, The Daily Record, 4/21/98, p. 1 (national precedent on divorced spouse benefits)

Harnisher v. Apfel, 40 F.Supp.2d 121 (E.D.N.Y.)

Crespo v. Apfel, 1999 WL 144483 ( S.D.N.Y.)

Cignarale v. Apfel (W.D.N.Y.)  For a back-disabled client, Fletcher achieved a favorable federal court decision by using F.D.A. FOIA materials concerning the diagnostic machinery used by a local physiatrist and his opinion from it. 

Jackson v. Astrue, decision and order in favor of plaintiff claimant and against the Social Security Administration, by U.S. District Judge Telesca, January 2012 decision.

Libel Defamation

Helped fashion and present the winning defense in a libel defamation case.
Dietz v. Matturro, Sup. Ct., West. Co. 1982, New York Law Journal, pg. 16, Sept. 15, 1982
[ELR (Entertainment Law Reporter) 4:11:7]

Criminal Defense

Won a jury trial acquittal for a person accused of unlawful imprisonment.

American Justice

We look forward to being of service, and we value the opportunity to represent you professionally.

Get experience on your side.

We work to win your case with you. 

We do not take every case to court, but we take some tough ones.

We do hard work on the
ones we do take.

Let us help lead your fight
along side you. 

Let us help you with the documents
or agreements you need.

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