Coan, Lewendon, Gulliver & Miltenberger, LLC, is an established Connecticut bankruptcy law firm. Our New Haven attorneys serve you by identifying sources of stress and providing intelligent options in resolution. Our personalized guidance can help you plan for the future, make informed decisions, reorganize and chart a path for success. We have extensive experience representing commercial and consumer debtors, creditors and creditor committees.
More than 38 years of practicing Elder Law gives Attorney Whitney Lewendon a depth of knowledge and understanding of the most complex Estate and aging issues.
Contact Us to Resolve Your Pressing Issue
Our legal work can offer you relief and confidence with thoroughly constructed plans in several focused areas, including:
Probate, trusts and estates
Call us at 203-901-1298 to schedule an initial consultation with an attorney who can provide the in-depth knowledge necessary to effectively get at the heart of your legal matter. Our attorneys are familiar with the procedures of each Connecticut bankruptcy court in Hartford, New Haven and Bridgeport.
Offering Options in Complex Shoreline Bankruptcy
The proper bankruptcy plan and legal representation can provide the peace of mind and financial stability you have been longing to regain. Our lawyers have collaborated with small to mid-size businesses and consumers along the shoreline and throughout Connecticut.
Whether we are working to reorganize real estate, retail, wholesale, manufacturing, other business corporations or personal finances, we can establish protections for your rights, your reputation, your assets and your quality of life.
Contact us to schedule an initial consultation with our knowledgeable and passionate New Haven bankruptcy attorneys. Call us at 203-901-1298.
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