Topic: Valuation Law

Connecticut Property Tax Appeal Window Remains Open

Nicholas Vitti June 16, 2020

CONNECTICUT PROPERTY TAX APPEAL WINDOW REMAINS OPEN DUE TO COVID-19 By Nicholas W. Vitti Jr., Esq. The window to dispute a 2019 real estate tax... Read More

Considering a real estate tax appeal? 6 steps to take after an assessment change

Nicholas Vitti January 27, 2020

14 Connecticut municipalities have conducted a general revaluation of their October 1, 2019 Grand List. In a revaluation, the assessor determines the value of... Read More

14 Connecticut towns revalued property in 2019. Don’t miss the deadline for tax appeals.

Nicholas Vitti January 27, 2020 2019 CT Revaluation Tax Appeal

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

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... Read More

Staff Spotlight: On the move & in the community

Mark Santagata November 15, 2017

See what our ATTORNEYS are up to: Mark P.Santagata, as former President of the Board of Directors of Visiting Nurse and Hospice Care of Southwestern... 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

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

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

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