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Michael J. Cacace Named 2019 Stamford Lawyer of the Year in Real Estate Litigation

Mark Santagata May 1, 2019

Cacace, Tusch & Santagata founder Michael J. Cacace was recognized in the 25th Edition of The Best Lawyers in America© for his work in... Read More

Michael Cacace to Present on Stamford Planning & Zoning Process

Mark Santagata April 4, 2019

Join the North Stamford Association’s forum on “The Planning and Zoning Process in Stamford – How it Works Today and What the Future Holds”... Read More

Nicholas Vitti to Present on Valuation Basics & Property Tax Appeals

Mark Santagata April 3, 2019

Fairfield County Bar Association Municipal Law Committee Luncheon on Real Estate Valuation Basics & Property Tax Assessment Appeals On April 9th, 2019, partner Nicholas... Read More

New Location, Same Great Service.

Michael Cacace March 28, 2019

Dear Clients and Friends, For more than 35 years, Cacace, Tusch & Santagata has served families and businesses with quality legal advice in the... Read More

Michael J. Cacace Honored by AJC Westchester/Fairfield With Judge Learned Hand Award

Nicholas Vitti February 15, 2019

Michael J. Cacace, founding partner of Cacace, Tusch & Santagata, was presented with the 8th Annual Judge Learned Hand Award by AJC Westchester/Fairfield. The... Read More

CTS Obtains Zoning Approvals for Arrow Alternative Care Location on Stamford

Mark Santagata December 12, 2018

Arrow Alternative Care was recently approved by the State Department of Consumer Protection to operate a medical marijuana dispensary in Stamford, Connecticut. CTS partner... Read More

Notice of Tax Assessment Change – What Should You Do?

Nicholas Vitti December 7, 2018

Norwalk, Darien, New Canaan, Wilton, Weston and Bridgeport along with 40 other Connecticut municipalities are conducting a general revaluation on the October 1, 2018... Read More

46 Connecticut towns revalue property in 2018. Don’t miss the window for tax appeals.

Nicholas Vitti December 6, 2018

Tight deadlines apply for tax appeals when a property is revalued.Connecticut law requires each municipality to conduct a general revaluation of the real estate... Read More

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