Lamya Forghany

Bankruptcy Attorney with 10 Years Experience

Connecticut, Massachusetts, 1st Circuit, 2nd Circuit

Hartford, CT 06106
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About Lamya Forghany

Practicing in Jurisdictions

  • Connecticut

    Admitted in 2008

  • Massachusetts

    Admitted in 2009


  • National Association for Consumer Bankruptcy Attorney's


  • English


Lamya Forghany's Office Location

One Canal Street

Hartford, CT 06106

Frequently Asked Questions

What jursidctions can Lamya Forghany practice in?

Lamya Forghany is admitted to practice in Connecticut and Massachusetts.

How many years of experience does Lamya Forghany have?

Lamya Forghany has 10 years experience.

What types of law does Lamya Forghany practice?

Lamya Forghany practices bankruptcy law as well as criminal law, foreclosure defense and landlord tenant.

Where is Lamya Forghany's office located?

Lamya Forghany's office is located at One Canal Street Hartford, CT 06106.

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