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Debevoise & Plimpton, LLP

Debevoise and Plimpton LLP was founded in New York in 1931.  Debevoise prepares to celebrate its 75th anniversary, recognizing many of its historic traditions that remain an essential part of the firm today.  To this day, the New York office, like the rest of the firm, remains committed to providing the finest legal services to the highest quality clientele and to fulfilling the duty of public service.  From 1951 to 1953, founding partner Whitney Debevoise served as general counsel to the United States High Commissioner for Germany and as Acting Deputy High Commissioner.  From 1961 to 1965, founding partner Francis Plimpton served as deputy representative to the United Nations.  Upholding the firm’s deeply rooted values, their clients continue to be highly respected industry leaders and amongst major law firms in the city, their New York office consistently dedicates substantial resources to pro bono representation.
The New York office, located in midtown Manhattan, is Debevoise’s largest office and the headquarters for the firm’s multi-disciplined, international practice.  Today, this office is home to more than 450 lawyers concentrating in the areas of corporate, litigation, tax and trust and estates law often teaming with colleagues from their offices in Europe and Asia on complex cross border matters.
Title insurance guarantees that no one else can claim your property. It also provides the peace of mind that you will not incur unexpected debts from your new property. Even if you have owned your property for years, unexpected problems can arise that may put your ownership in jeopardy. The title insurance policy means that your lender can be reassured regarding their loan and you can be reassured regarding possible problems with your property.

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