Aaron Mullen

Aaron Mullen, managing partner of the firm, focuses his legal practice in the areas of real estate and business transactions; estate litigation; and municipal law. Learn more about Aaron.

Elizabeth Oklevitch

Admitted to the New York State Bar in 2015, Elizabeth Oklevitch's practice focuses on estate planning, probate administration, and estate litigation. She also serves municipalities and not-for-profit organizations and handles eviction, adoption, guardianship, and energy lease matters for individuals. Learn more about Elizabeth.

John R. Bloise

John R. Bloise was admitted to practice law in the Florida Bar in 1975 and the New York bar in 1976.  John had offices in Addison, NY, where he partnered with Craig Snyder, and later in Gang Mills, where he partnered for a time with his son John R. (Jack) Bloise, Jr. and later with Ronald Snavely.  John’s early career included many different types of law ranging from Divorce to Family Issues to Criminal Defense to Real Estate to Wills & Estates to Representing Townships to Workers Compensation. His practice currently focuses primarily upon Real Estate and Business issues. Learn more about John.

Robert H Plaskov

In the early 1980s, Robert Plaskov began focusing his practice upon real estate and business transactions, estate planning, and probate matters. His successful focus on those matters continued until his practice was sold and became part of Snavely, Plaskov & Mullen, PLLC on November 1, 2013. Since then, Mr. Plaskov’s practice has primarily consisted of serving in an advisory capacity to other attorneys in the firm. Learn more about Robert H Plaskov.

Karl Anderson

Karl Anderson was admitted to the NYS Bar in 1972, he entered private practice in Bath, NY in general and municipal law, representing over a dozen municipalities until the present time.  He is admitted to practice before New York State Courts, the US District Court of the Northern District of New York, and the US Supreme Court. Learn more about Karl.


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