Currently, Tal Rappleyea is a solo practitioner for his practice located in Valatie, New York. The Law Offices of Tal G. Rappleyea has concentrations in municipal law and real estate but handles general law cases as well. Some cases Tal has worked on recently include Palladino v. Town of Chatham, Braunstein v. Copake ZBA, Chatham Neighbors v. Chatham ZBA et al., Farella v. Town of Durham, Properties of NY v. Stuyvesant, and Petti v. Town of Lexington et al.
As an active member of his community, Tal is an advocate for the New York State Conference of Mayors and Municipal Officials, which trains community officials about municipal law. He is also a member of the Capital District Trial Lawyers Association and holds a position in the County Bar Association of New York State.
Although Tal Rappleyea is very active in his community, he doesn’t let that stop him from helping those who can’t afford a lawyer to assist them with real estate-related matters. That’s why Tal created this sources page, which features information from trusted law websites such as Legal Week, Justia, and FindLaw. If there’s any point that someone needs legal assistance, this webpage serves as a catch-all for information about buying and renting, as well as the latest news updates from the real estate law realm.
In addition to his law practice and his other pursuits, you can often find Tal Rappleyea hitting balls on the courses of Winding Brook Country Club or Olde Kinderhook Country Club in his hometown of Valatie.
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