Practice Area Overview
Meeting the Needs of Individuals and Businesses
At Grady & Riley, LLP, we bring 35 years of experience, a reputation for thorough and effective legal representation, and a deep commitment to customer service to the practice of law. We serve individual, family, and business clients in New Haven County, Litchfield County and upper Fairfield County, and business clients throughout Connecticut.
Learn more about our Woodbury and Waterbury, Connecticut legal firm by reviewing our practice areas and contacting a lawyer at Grady & Riley, LLP, to discuss your legal need.
Services to Individuals
Workers compensation and SSDI: We assist workers suffering temporary or permanently disabling injuries in applying for workers comp and Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI).
Residential real estate: We handle purchase and sales and litigation for construction defects.
Tax planning, estate planning, and probate administration: We draft wills and living wills, establish trusts and help appoint powers of attorney. We also handle every detail in probate and administration of a trust or estate.
Probate litigation: We provide services for families dealing with will contests, title disputes and other matters involving probate. We also defend and prosecute fiduciaries and help settle claims in probate court.
Retirement law: Our clients include municipal workers and injured workers seeking Social Security and medical disability benefits.
Divorce: We provide legal representation to dissolve marriages, and to resolve child support, child custody, and alimony and property division disputes. We also represent clients in judgment enforcement and modification proceedings, as well as in high-asset divorce cases.
Services to Businesses
Business law: This includes new business formation, purchase and sale of a business or real estate, transactional services, business contracts, collections, and commercial litigation.
Collections & repossession: We represent creditor's rights in collections proceedings for credit unions, banks, small businesses, nursing homes and convalescent homes.
Contact Grady & Riley, LLP, to schedule an appointment.