Darren Swetz
Practice Areas
  • Real Estate Law & Litigation
  • Estate Planning & Elder Law
Practice Locations
  • Buffalo, NY

As a partner at Tully Rinckey PLLC, he helps New Yorkers with real estate transactions and the preparation of estate planning documents. He has extensive experience in real estate transactions and works with buyers, lenders and sellers to get the best possible outcome for all.

Well versed in the latest estate planning and wealth transfer strategies, Darren has a long track record of helping New Yorkers realize their goals for modest to large estates. He has a full menu of asset protection and family wealth preservation techniques from which his clients can choose to develop customized estate plans. Darren believes personalization is an integral component of the estate planning process.

Darren has extensive real estate law experience that includes the representation of hundreds of residential clients. He also has extensive lender representation experience and has worked for over 50 banks in numerous real estate mortgage closings and refinances. He can review and prepare purchase and sale agreements, contracts, addendums and documents for closings.

Prior to joining Tully Rinckey PLLC, Darren served as managing partner at a mid-sized law firm in Williamsville for more than a dozen years, where he focused his practice on wealth management and asset preservation. Before that, he operated as a solo practitioner based in Depew, similarly practicing real estate law and estate planning.

Darren frequently speaks on wealth management and asset preservation issues. He is a member of the Erie County Bar Association and Lawyers with Purpose.

Representative Matters: Mr. Swetz has extensive experience in real estate transactions and works with buyers, lenders and sellers to get the best possible outcome for all.

Court & Bar Admissions

  • New York State courts

Education

  • Bachelor’s degree: SUNY at Buffalo
  • JD: University of Akron

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