Paul

A. Petrillo

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Nashua, NH
Practice anywhere in the state
Licensed in NH
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Attorney Paul Petrillo graduated magna cum laude from the Massachusetts School of Law in 2002. He has long practiced in bankruptcy law, representing debtors in Rockingham County, Hillsborough County, Nashua, Manchester and the Merrimack Valley of New Hampshire. More recently, he has expanded into the practice of divorce and family law.

As a solo attorney, Paul can provide personalized attention to you and give your legal matter the thoughtful and detailed treatment required to put you in the most favorable position. You will never be passed off to a paralegal or left in the dark about the status of your case.

He is also a licensed physical therapist who brings that same compassion, patience and encouragement to his role as a lawyer.

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