Connecticut Real Estate, Business, Wills & Probate Attorney
Serving Bethel, Danbury, Ridgefield, Redding, Newtown, Brookfield, New Milford and all of Connecticut!
At The Law Office of Eugene Glouzgal, we provide legal representation in the areas of real estate, wills and estate planning, personal injury and small business consulting with a focus on communication and client relationships.
Buying or selling a home or business property? We can handle the entire closing process. We obtain, review and provide all necessary paperwork to the parties, handle purchase funds through our trust account and make sure our clients are protected every step of the way. Own property you are looking to lease? We draft custom leases for our clients to protect their property and limit their liability. Have land use or zoning questions? We can answer your questions and help resolve issues. Whatever your real estate needs, we can help.
Looking to protect your legacy? We help our clients create estate plans that are suited to their particular needs. We assist them in outlining the individuals or organizations they wish to support, the assets they wish to pass on, and then draft documents necessary to accomplish their goals. Wills, Living Wills, Power of Attorney and Trusts, we do it all.
We can help you seek compensation if you have been injured in a car accident, motorcycle accident, truck accident, pedestrian accident or any other type of roadway accident, if you have been injured by a dog bite or by a fall on defective premises, or if a loved one has been hurt in a child injury or elder injury. If you have been injured in any way by the negligence or recklessness of another, contact us for a free consultation.
We offer an array of services for small business owners. Whether you are starting a business, have an existing business, plan on purchasing a business or are preparing to make your exit, we can help guide you through the maze of documentation you will need to properly execute your plans. You need to fully explain your situation to your attorney, and in turn be fully informed and prepared by them. If your English is not sufficient you need to contact an attorney that speaks your language.