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Over 35 years of practicing law

We've helped thousands of clients across Connecticut

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Over 20,000 Connecticut Real Estate Closings Completed

Real Estate Closing Attorneys in CT

Our Practice

Experienced Law Firm, Serving All of Connecticut


In over 35 years of practicing law, Attorneys Steinberg and Cathcart have developed one of the most successful and extensive real estate practices in Connecticut. Additionally, we have helped hundreds of clients with Estate Planning, Wills and Trusts, Probate, Small Business issues, Elder Law, and Personal Injury matters.


If I am buying or selling real estate, at what point do I need to hire a lawyer?

The earlier the better.  Because of our experience, we can help you with referrals to real estate agents and lenders who we know and trust.

It is important to hire your attorney to review the contract to sell or purchase, before you sign the contract.  In the alternative, be certain there is a provision allowing 5 days for your attorney to review the contract before you are obligated.  We will review your contract and give important advice to protect you from issues you may not be aware of.

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What is a Living Will?

A Living Will states your specific instructions with respect to artificial life support. It is another part of your "Advance Directives" allowing you to choose whether you wish to be kept alive on life support, and removes the burden of painful decision making from others. In some instances, it can even prevent protracted legal battles because different individuals who are close to you disagree about "what you would want" under the circumstances.

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What are the current costs of nursing care today?

In 2017, the average monthly cost of nursing home care for Medicaid purposes, in Connecticut, is $12,388.00 per month or $148,656.00 per year.

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What are my responsibilities if I have a decedent’s original Will?

A person in possession of a decedent’s Will must deliver it to the Probate Court within 30 days after the decedent’s death. However, if the decedent left no assets, or the assets are less than $40,000.00 in his or her name that would pass under the Will, there are simplified procedures.

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How do you pay your personal injury Attorney?

Personal injury attorneys work on a contingency fee basis, which means the attorneys do not get paid unless they recover compensation for you.

Read more about personal injury.

Need a Real Estate Closing Lawyer?

Real Estate Closing Attorney

We look forward to making your next home purchase hassle-free.

Our firm has completed more than 20,000 real estate closings in Connecticut over the years.

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Our Attorneys

Jeff Steinberg
Jeff Steinberg

(860) 947-6543 x 105

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Frank Cathcart
Frank Cathcart

(860) 947-6543 x 106

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