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Under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), businesses and organizations that serve the public must allow people with disabilities to bring their service animals into all areas of the facility where customers are normally allowed to go. Make sure your right to use a service animal is protected.
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Many of the clients at the Law Office of Aaron A. Greenlee are repeat customers. Attorney Greenlee is dedicated to developing positive, long-standing relationships within the community and is able to serve his neighbors in multiple areas of the law including divorce, probate, estate planning and service animal law.
The Law Office of Aaron A. Greenlee can also assist you with traffic law, contract law and civil law. If you’ve recently incurred a speeding ticket or moving violation, need a contract reviewed or have a question about your city’s local laws, call Attorney Greenlee right away. He is experienced in assisting residents of Rhode Island as well as southern parts of Massachusetts. Call now to receive a free legal consultation.
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