Attorney Calabrese is now admitted to the practice of law in New York State

601 QUASSAPAUG RD WATERTOWN CT; 6 LANDMARK SQ STAMFORD CT

(860) 274-6275

Estate Planning
Probate
Asset Protection
Business Counsel

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Domenick N. Calabrese*

* Admitted in Connecticut and New York



Offices in Connecticut:


 Stamford 

Watertown

About Dom Calabrese

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Unique Experience

Attorney & Judge 


With more than 24 years as an attorney and 16 years as a sitting Connecticut Probate Judge, I have a wealth of unique experience and a depth of legal knowledge to guide my clients through even the most complex estate planning and probate matters.  Protecting your family and business are just two of many reasons why having an effective and updated estate plan is important.  Having been licensed to practice in New York State and Connecticut, there is an even greater level of service and flexibility available to my clients.


* Attorney since 1995

*Probate Judge since 2003

*Founding Judge of the Waterbury Regional Children's Court

*General Counsel of healthcare firm for 10 years

*Bachelors of Science in Allied Health from University of Connecticut

*MBA from University of New Haven

*Juris Doctor from University of Connecticut School of Law

*Trustee, Westover School, Middlebury, CT

*Admitted in Connecticut and New York State




Uncommon Dedication

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Everyone's situation is unique. My approach goes well beyond preparing documents. By taking the time to understand my clients' values and objectives, I empower each client to actively participate in the estate planning process. By limiting the number of clients I work with, I provide personal attention to every client.

Peace of Mind

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Each client enjoys the full advantage of my experience; I don't employ associate attorneys - all work on my clients' matters is performed personally by me.   When you call me, you will reach me personally.

A few examples of groups that have requested presentations:

Presentations & Seminars

Connecticut Society of CPA's

Connecticut Probate Assembly

Connecticut Bar Association

University of Connecticut Income Tax School


New Lecture Topic:  New Estate Planning Opportunities in Connecticut - effective Jan. 1, 2020, the Connecticut Uniform Trust Code will be updated to put in effect some of the most significant changes we've seen in Connecticut Trust Law in decades.  What does this mean for you?  Join us and bring your questions!


Southbury Senior Center:  October 29, 2019   1-2 pm

Stamford Senior Center:  November 20, 2019  10-11 am

Southbury Library:  November 21, 2019  1-2 pm

Oxford Senior Center:  December 17, 2019 1-2 pm

Woodbury Senior Center:  January 17, 2020  1-2 pm

Stamford Senior Center:  January 22, 2020 10 - 11 am - Trusts:  Myths & Realities


Watch here for more upcoming dates

Senior Centers -  Oxford, Southbury, Roxbury,  Watertown, Washington, Woodbury

Libraries - Bethlehem, Fairfield, Southbury


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Articles & Presentations

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Living Trusts Myths v Reality (1) (pdf)

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Pet Trusts (pdf)

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Probate & Unclaimed Property (pdf)

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Real Estate and Probate (pdf)

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Wills in Connecticut (pdf)

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Designation of Conservator (2) Domenick N Calabrese (pdf)

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Disadvantages of Living Trusts (2) (pdf)

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Health Care Representatives (2) Domenick Calabrese (pdf)

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Incapacity and the Probate Court (2)Domenick N Calabrese (pdf)

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Introduction to Living Trusts Domenick N Calabrese (pdf)

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Involuntary Conservatorships in Connecticut Domenick N Calabrese (pdf)

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Planning for Incapacity with Living Trusts 1 Domenick N Calabrese (pdf)

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Tax Planning with Trusts (2) Domenick N Calabrese (pdf)

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Providing for Your Family with Living Trusts (2) Domenick Calabrese (pdf)

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Probate Mistakes 1 Domenick N Calabrese (pdf)

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Disclaimer

The content on this website is for informational purposes only.  It is not intended to be, and should not be relied upon as legal advice. Please consult with a qualified attorney for information as to your particular situation.