Partner Neal D. White, Jr. is nominated once again for Best Estate Planning Lawyer, the award he won last year, as well as for Best Lawyer.
Partner Chris Sochacki is nominated again for Best Personal Injury Lawyer, the award he won last year.
The newspaper’s 2018 Reader’s Choice Awards were announced in a special section inserted into the Aug. 30 edition of the newspaper.
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In addition to Estate Planning, Probate & Trust Administration, Attorney White’s practice focuses on Elder Law, Residential & Commercial Real Estate, Business Law and Tax Law. He is based in the firm’s Litchfield office.
Estate Planning focuses on issues of taxation, preservation of assets and asset management. Attorney White helps clients navigate estate planning laws to plan for the future based on their individual needs and goals. The process includes identifying when trusts are necessary, and what type of trust is appropriate, as well as managing trusts.
In drafting estate planning documents, Attorney White considers options that will best protect clients’ assets in light of Medicaid rules and state and Federal statutes. He has long experience in drafting wills, living wills, durable Power of Attorney documents, and health care directives.
See Attorney White’s post:
Why DIY Estate Planning Is a Bad Idea
Attorney White also handles residential and commercial real estate transactions and, as the lead partner for business and corporate law in the Litchfield office, he assists business owners with the formation of limited liability companies, and corporations & partnerships. He also counsels businesses of all sizes on transactions, employee and personnel issues, mergers and acquisitions, and issues of governance and operation. His clients also include not nonprofit organizations.
A lifelong resident of Litchfield County, he grew up in Litchfield and graduated from Litchfield High School in 1989.
Attorney Sochacki’s civil litigation practice focuses on helping people who have been wronged or injured, including personal injury, product liability, construction defects and medical malpractice, professional malpractice, workers’ compensation claims, and more.
With a foundation of 17 years practicing as an insurance defense litigator, Attorney Sochacki has extensive experience with personal injury cases, as well as experience in fire and explosion litigation, and emergency management and emergency response consultation and litigation.
See Attorney Sochacki’s latest post:
Liability Waiver Doesn’t Stop Water Park Injury Lawsuit
Being named Best Personal Injury Lawyer in the 2018 Reader’s Choice Awards was Attorney Sochacki’s second notable award last year. The Connecticut Law Tribune named him a Distinguished Leader among Connecticut attorneys in March 2018 as part of its annual statewide Professional Excellence Awards.
Attorney Sochacki, who is based in the firm’s Litchfield office, lives in New Hartford with his wife, Julie, and their two sons.
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Serving clients from six offices in western Connecticut, Cramer & Anderson has a hometown sensibility, a strong regional presence, and a worldly outlook in Practice Areas extending from Personal Injury and Divorce & Family Law to Immigration, Municipal Law, Land Use Law, Real Estate, Workers’ Comp and much more.
The flagship office is located on the Green in New Milford. Additional offices are located in Danbury, Litchfield, Kent, and Washington Depot, and the firm has a new office in Ridgefield, serving Fairfield County. For more information, see the website at crameranderson.com or call the New Milford office at (860) 355-2631.