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About Anthony DeCarolis

Anthony DeCarolis is the founding member of Anthony Decarolis PLLC. He received his Bachelor of Science in Computer Science with a concentration in electrical engineering from Hofstra University in 1987, and his Master of Science Degree in Computer Science from Hofstra University in 1989. Mr. DeCarolis received his law degree from Touro College, Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center and was subsequently admitted to practice in New York in September of 2002. Since his admission in 2002, and with his strong litigation and negotiation skills, Anthony DeCarolis places special emphasis on advocating the rights of his clients. Mr. DeCarolis is extremely well versed in the areas of real estate law, matrimonial law, estate proceedings and guardianships, as well as other areas of the law. He has handled numerous trials and proceedings on Long Island and in New York City. He has also successfully argued appeals in the Second Department of the Appellate Division and Appellate Term.

Mr. DeCarolis is a strong advocate for his clients. He is passionate about providing his clients with the best representation possible and gives every client personal attention, listening to their issues and working on behalf of their interests. He will work with his client in an effort to obtain the most favorable outcome in a cost effective and expedited fashion. He is extremely dedicated to his clients and makes certain that their rights are protected throughout all proceedings. Mr. DeCarolis has been an active member of his community in Oyster Bay, and has served as a volunteer firefighter and Critical Care EMT for almost 28 years. He has served as Chief of the Oyster Bay Fire Department twice, and has also held many other positions on the Oyster Bay Fire Department Board of Directors. He is also a Second Deputy Chief Instructor at the Nassau County Fire Service Academy, where he works to pass on his experience and knowledge by training members of volunteer fire departments in Nassau, Suffolk and Queens Counties.