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OUR LEGAL SERVICES
Residential Real Estate Closings
A real estate closing or settlement is an important and critical event in your life. Every day 100+ people like you close on a home here in Connecticut. When it’s your closing and your home, you want the expertise, experience, and comfort brought to the table by Ambrose & Strazza. We are always one step ahead to make sure you close on time with no surprises. We have strong relationships with lenders, real estate brokers, appraisers and title companies. Our job is to make sure your transaction goes smoothly and doesn't get delayed or lost in the shuffle of mortgage papers.
We specialize in negotiating and structuring commercial real estate transactions for developers, investors, property owners and businesses. Having been part of a family construction company, we have a unique understanding of developers and property owners needs. We can assist with purchase/sale agreements, planning and zoning issues, leasing, condominium declarations, eminent domain issues and mortgage financing. We have the experience and knowledge clients need when undertaking a commercial real estate project.
At Ambrose & Strazza, we represent the landlord and the tenant -- for both commercial and residential properties. For landlords, we can help draft a lease, win an eviction lawsuit, steer clear of liability, handle security deposit issues, and manage property damage. For tenants we can help you with discrimination, poor building conditions, landlord harassment and unlawful eviction. We work hard to protect the landlord who is running a business. And, we work equally hard to protect the rights of tenants.
Wills and Estates
If you are an adult, whether you have children or not, you need a will to ensure that your assets are dispersed as you desire upon your death. If you don't have a will the State will disperse your estate as it sees fit. We can help you draft a will that will ensure your loved ones inherit your estate according to your wishes
In addition to a will, you may wish to establish a trust to provide financial management of your estate. A trust can help avoid probate, reduce tax liability, keep details of your estate private, and protect assets for your beneficiaries. Among the types of trusts we can set-up for you are revocable and irrevocable trusts, insurance trusts, and charitable trusts.
The probate process -- which involves submitting documents to the court, discovering assets, paying debts and taxes, and distributing assets to heirs -- can be extremely emotional and overwhelming when one is grieving the loss of a loved one. We do our best to ease the burden and keep family members informed of the progress. If a dispute should arise during the process we can assist in resolving the matter.
Stuff happens through no fault of your own. Our firm offers legal representation when you have been injured as the result of negligence or wrongdoing of another person, company, or government entity. Cases that fall under what is called tort law include: work injuries, automobile and other accidents, defective products, and medical mistakes or malpractice. We'll get you the compensation you need and deserve.
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