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The top 5 times it’s critical to hire an attorney

Danielle Edwards June 23, 2017 Legal Advice

By Danielle J. B. Edwards, Esq. Is it time to get a lawyer? If you’re asking yourself this question, arranging an initial consultation with... Read More

Estate Planning Spotlight: Connecticut’s Amended Power of Attorney Law Offers New Benefits

Judith Ellenthal June 1, 2017 Estate Planning

By Judith Ellenthal, Esq. Drafting a strong Power of Attorney is an essential tool for trusts and estate planning. The purpose of a Power... Read More

Do you need a prenuptial agreement?

Judith Ellenthal May 30, 2017 do-you-need-a-prenuptial-agreement

By Michelle A. Malone, Esq. and Judith Ellenthal, Esq. If you answer yes to any of the following questions, then you should consider entering... Read More

What is a Prenuptial Agreement?

Michelle Malone May 19, 2017 Prenuptial Agreement

By Michelle A. Malone, Esq. and Judith Ellenthal, Esq. While not the most romantic aspect of a courtship, many couples contemplating marriage have a... Read More

Appraising Income Producing Properties in CT Tax Appeals

Ronald Kowalski May 15, 2017 tax appeals

Originally published on New England Real Estate Journal Real Estate Tax Appeals: What to Consider When appraising income producing real estate in a Connecticut... Read More

Advisory for Owners of Income Producing Real Estate: avoid the penalty

Ronald Kowalski May 12, 2017 Income Producing Real Estate

Annual Income and Expense Reports Due by 6/1/17 in order to avoid 10% Penalty On or before June 1, 2017, owners of income producing... Read More

Taking a real estate tax appeal to Connecticut Superior Court? Don’t miss your deadline

Ronald Kowalski April 1, 2016 APPEAL TO SUPERIOR COURT

2 Month Deadline to Appeal to Superior Court Fairfield County municipalities including Greenwich, Westport, Fairfield, Trumbull and Bridgeport conducted revaluations on the October 1,... Read More

Michael Cacace – Partner Spotlight – Community & Political Leader

Mark Santagata March 23, 2016

Michael J. Cacace is the founding partner of Cacace, Tusch & Santagata. Listed as one of the “Top Lawyers in Connecticut” in the practice... Read More

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