Toni Marie Gelineau, a member, practices real estate transactions, probate, commercial and residential purchases, sales, financing, zoning, planning and land use, and probate.
Ms. Gelineau has represented builders and developers in both New Haven and Fairfield Counties on projects including residential condominium and affordable housing developments, municipal redevelopment, low income housing tax credit developments; and commercial, residential, and industrial construction and leasing. She also maintains a probate practice including wills, trusts, conservatorships, probate and estates.
Born in New Haven, Connecticut, Ms. Gelineau is admitted to practice before the bars of the State of Connecticut (1980) and the U.S. District Court for the District of Connecticut (1980). A graduate of Fairfield University and the University of Connecticut School of Law, Ms.Gelineau was appointed by Governor William O’Neill to the State of Connecticut Advisory Board for the Office of Protection and Advocacy for Persons with Disabilities. Ms. Gelineau has served as both an Inland-Wetlands Commissioner and Human Services Commissioner for the Town of Orange, and as a member of the Orange Town-Wide Building Committee. Ms. Gelineau has presented professional seminars on topics including commercial leasing, landlord/tenant law, and affordable housing.
Ms. Gelineau is a member of the Greater Bridgeport Bar Association (Real Estate Law Section) and the Connecticut Bar Association (past member, Speaker’s Bureau; current member, Real Estate and Commercial Law Sections)