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This firm is available for local representation in the State of Iowa for nationwide law firm services.

Residential Real Estate, Commercial Real Estate, Civil Litigation, Consultation on Errors and Omissions Concerning Attorney Malpractice Involving Trust Account Issues

 

Critelli Law Firm, P.C., Attorney at Law

9902 Swanson Blvd Clive, Iowa 50325

phone: 515-255-8750 fax: 515-255-0906

Email: mark@critellilawfirm.com

Mark A. Critelli
Primarily Practicing in Trial Law, Litigation, and Real Estate

Graduate of University of Iowa, 1979 and Drake Law School, 1983

Admitted to practice in all State and Federal Courts in Iowa.
Member, Iowa State Bar Association, Real Estate, Title, Litigation and Business Law Sections.

Consulted in over 20,000 Legal Matters since 1983 Involving Real Estate, Title and Closing Matters; Major Civil Litigation; Professional Malpractice; Personal Injury; General Business; Corporate; and Environmental Law.

Consultant to Title Guaranty Division of Iowa Finance Authority.
Featured in articles and frequent commentator on legal and real estate issues for Des Moines Register Business Record, WHO Radio, and Des Moines Radio Group; featured on "Welcome Home" television program for real estate and legal matters.

Lecturer on real estate and legal issues to local groups and organizations.


 

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