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1047 Falmouth Road/Route 28, Suite #5, Hyannis, Massachusetts 02601
Phone Number: (508) 815 3422 Facsimile Number: (866) 577 3429
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SERVICES & MISSION

Collins & Cabral, P.C.  is a full service law firm, focusing our efforts and expertise on:

Residential and Commercial Real Estate

Representing banks, Mortgage Lenders, and private buyers and sellers

Business Representation

Creation, maintenance and restructuring of corporations, limited liability companies and other business entities, representation of buyers and sellers of businesses and preparation of business contracts

Estate Planning

Wills, trusts, estate probate and estate tax planning

Civil Litigation

Collins & Cabral, P.C. has nearly 40 combined years of legal service.

Our service, support and commitment to communication with our clients is second to none. We are able to represent you and meet your legal needs throughout the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.

Our People
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Christopher J. Collins, Esquire;

Douglas M. Cabral, Esquire;

Robert T. MacNamee, Esquire;

& the continued consistent support of

Joanne McPhee, Paralegal.

Contact Information & Directions

Address: 1047 Falmouth Road. / Route 28, Suite # 5, Hyannis, MA 02601
Phone Number: (508) 815 - 3422Facsimile Number: (866) 577 - 3429
Email: jmcphee@collinsandcabral.com


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There are no boundaries with Collins and Cabral, P.C.  We will work diligently to assist you with all your legal matters and help you to achieve your goals. 

Call us for an appointment to discuss your legal matters.  Your interests will always be treated with the greatest respect.

COLLINS & CABRAL, P.C. - NEARLY 40 YEARS OF COMBINED LEGAL SERVICE - COUNSELORS AND ATTORNEYS AT LAW

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