Dolores McCann

Office manager/Legal Secretary

Clients who call the Law Office of Gary M. Landau are always pleased to speak with Dolores McCann, the firm’s office manager and legal secretary for more than two decades. 

With her long history at the firm, Dolores readily recalls past deals done with longstanding clients. Her institutional memory and experience handling legal paperwork make her a key part of the team.

A native of Long Island, New York, Dolores is thrilled to be able to regularly see her grown son who lives nearby. Dolores is active in her South Florida church and enjoys socializing with her many friends.



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