Bryan J. Maether
Bryan received his juris doctorate from Syracuse University College of Law and his bachelor degree in Sociology from St. John Fisher College, with a minor in Pre-Law.
Bryan prides himself in maintaining open communication, availability, follow-through, and compassionate service to all of his clients. At the Maether Law Firm, you will receive personalized service, as Bryan will be the only attorney handling your matter.
American Bar Association
- Real Property, Trust and Estate Law Section
- Young Lawyers Division
- Criminal Justice Section
New York State Bar Association
Real Property Law Section
General Practice Section
Fort Brewerton Greater Oneida Lake Chamber of Commerce
3-Year Elected Board Member
2014-2019 Cicero Youth Soccer League Head Coach
2019 Central Square Redhawks Assistant Coach - 5th Grade
2018 Central New York DECA Conference Judge
Nicole received her M.S./C.A.S. in School Psychology from Oswego State University, and a M.S. in Child and Family Health in the Global Community from Syracuse University.
Nicole has worked with data in numerous research laboratories, and as a Clinical Research Data Analyst. Further, she has worked within the community in public school systems, as well as in a behavioral health outpatient clinic.
Nicole has been published in a peer-reviewed journal, has served on the state board for the New York Association of School Psychologists as Student Representative, and has presented research posters at the local, state, and national level.
Nicole prides herself in creating detail-oriented systems that maintain organization and efficiency. She also understands the need to take an individualized, client-centered, and compassionate approach to clients.
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