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~ Calvin Coolidge

Development Assemblages: how a real estate lawyer can help co-owners navigate a profitable challenge

Frank Baker August 14, 2017 development assemblage

Most urban communities across the country, including Connecticut cities like Stamford and New Haven, are constantly undergoing neighborhood value changes. When neighborhood demographics change... Read More

Judith Ellenthal to Present at Trusts 101 Seminar

Mark Santagata August 2, 2017 Trusts 101

Join an intensive full-day primer for legal and financial professionals on using trusts as a wealth preservation option On August 15, 2017, our Real... Read More

3 Insurance Questions to Ask Immediately if You’re Hurt in a Car Accident

Mark Santagata July 27, 2017 Connecticut personal injury attorney

Advice from a Connecticut Personal Injury Attorney In the aftermath of an auto accident where injuries occur, there is often confusion about who is... Read More

Can Google replace quality legal counsel? 3 reasons to proceed with caution with online legal resources

Ronald Kowalski July 24, 2017 legal counsel

Online legal resources and technology are reshaping the profession Developments in technology have done away with many occupations, from switchboard operators and video store... Read More

Two ways your attorney can help you resolve a dispute without litigation

Mark Santagata July 17, 2017 litigation

I am frequently contacted by companies and individuals who find themselves involved in disputes and are anxious to pursue their remedy in court. Some... Read More

Looking to develop a property? Before getting started, check local zoning regulations

Nicholas Vitti July 12, 2017 zoning regulations

Understanding municipal zoning regulations is the first step for property development Land use and development may prove complicated even for a seemingly straightforward project.... Read More

How Can I Tell if My Property Tax Bill in Greenwich, Connecticut, Is Correct?

Ronald Kowalski July 11, 2017

In a new piece published in Mansion Global on July 6, 2017, Cacace, Tusch and Santagata partner Ronald E. Kowalski II, a former Special... Read More

The top 5 times hiring an attorney can protect your future

Danielle Edwards June 28, 2017 legal advice

When is it time to hire an attorney…and when can you navigate a situation yourself? If you’re asking yourself this question, remember the old... Read More

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