We Have Been Putting Our Clients First Since 1962

Providing Insightful Real Estate Law Representation

Whether you are a first-time home buyer or an experienced commercial land developer, purchasing property is never a small endeavor. You are investing a great deal of time and money into this new project, so it is important that you take steps to protect your investment with the help of experienced legal counsel. Failure to carefully review or consider all the details in a residential or commercial real estate transaction with legal counsel can lead to protracted litigation, costing you much more than you intended with your purchase.

Working with a skilled real estate lawyer during the sale or purchase of property can reduce those risks. For more than 50 years, Conway, Londregan, Sheehan & Monaco, P.C., has been involved in some of the largest real estate deals assisting individual and business clients in New London and throughout the state of Connecticut. Our attorneys have successfully represented clients in cases that have answered important legal questions and shaped this field of real estate law.

We Can Assist You With Title Reviews And Closings

We have decades of experience in both transactional law and litigation, and we can leverage both skillsets to help you in a broad range of services, such as negotiating buy-sell agreements that suit your best interests. Our attorneys have the expertise needed to complete all necessary title work in-house before completing a real estate transaction and complete real estate closings. Our real estate department includes attorney Michael W. Sheehan, who is a member of the state Standards of Title Committee.

The firm works with all the larger local lenders and is approved for residential and commercial closings. We also have several dedicated real estate paralegals who assist our attorneys with closings.

Our Experienced Litigators Will Find A Solution That Works For You

Real estate disputes between neighbors or a property owner and a city zoning board can become intractable and difficult to resolve. Some common types of disputes that arise between neighbors include:

  • Boundary line and other property disputes, especially when oceanfront land is involved
  • Foreclosures and collections claims
  • Right of way and access issues
  • Adverse possession, easement by necessity, implied easement, prescriptive easements
  • Land use and zoning disputes
  • Environmental issues

We also advise clients and advocate on their behalf when zoning and land use issues arise with a city zoning board. These can relate to adding onto a home or seeking a special exception or site plan review. Before making a significant investment, consult with one of our experienced real estate attorneys. If a property dispute arises, contact the firm immediately to find a resolution for your real estate law issues.

See How We Can Serve You

No matter what you are trying to accomplish, whether purchasing a property or defending your property rights, we want to help you find the way to reach your objective. If you would like to speak with us to see how we can best help you, then give us a call at 860-868-4952 or send us a message here with a short description of your needs. We offer free consultations to all our prospective clients, so reach out to us today.