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~ Calvin Coolidge

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

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

Last call for filing a 2016 property tax appeal in the Town of Trumbull

Ronald Kowalski February 12, 2016 Tax Appeal deadline approaching soon

Considering the merits of a tax appeal in the Town of Trumbull? For those still debating whether to take action following the October 2015... Read More

Filing a 2016 property tax appeal in the Town of Westport? The deadline is near

Ronald Kowalski February 8, 2016

Property owners in Westport who saw a large increase in their municipal real estate tax assessment from an October 2015 revaluation are likely considering... Read More

How to Handle an Employment Discrimination Claim in Connecticut

Danielle Edwards February 4, 2016 EMPLOYMENT DISCRIMINATION CLAIM

Discrimination Law for Employees and Employers In Connecticut, employees are protected by broad anti-discrimination laws that are known collectively as the Connecticut Fair Employment Practices Act... Read More

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