Ann F. Leslie has been practicing at Farrell Leslie & Grochowski since 1994. She practices in the areas of Elder Law, Estate Planning, and Social Security Disability as well as Real Estate and Family Law.
Practice areas & skills: General Practice, Family, Business, Estate Planning, Real Estate
Member of The Forwarder's List of Attorneys Member of The Commercial Law League of America Member of The District of Columbia Bar Association Member of The New Haven County Bar Association Member of The Connecticut Bar Association
Practice areas & skills: General Practice, Personal Injury, Landlord & Tenant, Debt Collection
http://www.ctn.state.ct.us/show_info.asp?mbID=13872 I have handled hundreds of car accident cases and motorcycle accident cases over the years. I have been a motorcycle rider for 30 years and know how to maximize such a claim. Our office als...
Practice areas & skills: General Practice, Criminal Defense, Real Estate, Personal Injury, Family
Review: “Atty Grant was terrific. The estate's co-executrix was very difficult throughout the 2 year process but Steve was very professional and diplomatic during a trying time. I would recommend him without reservation.”
Practice areas & skills: General Practice, Personal Injury, Insurance
Review: “I have used Mike both for residential and commercial real estate transactions as well as business law and landlord/lessee issues. He is very intelligent and knows how to go to work on the client's behalf and get resul...
Practice areas & skills: General Practice, Personal Injury, Real Estate, Litigation, Criminal Defense
General practice attorneys perform a wide range of legal services but usually do not focus on a single area of the law. You will usually find a general practice lawyer in a small town, but big cities have them as well. You might consider a general practice lawyer as a “Jack of all Trades” who can give advice in many legal areas, represent you in common lawsuits and negotiations, and prepare everyday agreements and contracts. If you have a legal issue and aren't sure what type of lawyer should handle it, a general practice attorney is a good starting point. A general practice lawyer will refer you to an attorney who handles a specific practice area if necessary.