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Real Estate

Real Estate
Real estate law can cover many different circumstances, including, but not limited to:

  • Mortgage documents
  • Transfer documents
  • Buying and selling of property
  • Title documents
  • Purchase and sale agreements
  • Drafting contracts and other documents

Through drafting and reviewing contracts or other documents, your attorney can help you understand your role in the case and what should be your next move. As they guide you through the case, they can help you ensure that you have all parts of the transaction covered and accounted for. With the help of the Law Office of Steven Reilly, you can have a peace of mind in knowing that your case is being handled by the professionals with years of experience behind them. Contact the office today to discuss your case with us.

Elder Law (including Medicaid Issues)
Planning for the future medical needs of family members or other loved ones that are elderly or may have special needs can be difficult and complicated when attempting to do so alone. Having a trusted and experienced Connecticut estate plan attorney by your side can ensure that you are able to have the best plan in place for your loved ones and their future.

At the Law Office of Steven Reilly, we understand how complex these cases can be, especially with no legal advice or assistance given. With our attorney guiding you through each step, it may help you to ensure that all information and assets are well protected and accounted for. Contact our office today to begin building your case or determine your best available options.

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The Law Offices of Steven M. Reilly is committed to answering your questions about Estate Planning, Probate, Civil Litigation, and Personal Injury law issues in Connecticut. We'll gladly discuss your case with you at your convenience. Contact us today to schedule an appointment.

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