PANDEMIC: During this pandemic, whenever possible, we will continue to meet with clients remotely by phone (including FaceTime), email, or Zoom, as preferred. For in-office meetings we must adhere to strict safety protocols. For execution of estate planning documents, we meet with clients in our parking lot, which is arranged with sanitizing materials and social distancing. For real estate closings, documents can be executed in advance, or in the parking lot, to minimize social interaction. Thank you for your continued understanding and cooperation during this challenging time. Please stay safe.

Fahey & Landolina, Attorneys LLC

A full-service law firm located in Windsor Locks, Connecticut. With experience in land use processing, zoning, commercial real estate development, and municipal law. Fahey & Landolina also provides a full range of legal services including Administrative Litigation, Business and Commercial Law.

 

Fahey & Landolina frequently represents both clients in all stages of land use processing: property acquisitions for commercial development, financing, lending, and representation before local planning boards and authorities for zoning compliance, approval, and appeals. The firm has demonstrated experience handling intense, highly publicized, deadline-driven commercial land development projects. For the convenience of principals seeking Connecticut legal representation on New England land development projects, Fahey Landolina is located only minutes from Bradley international Airport and Hartford.

 

We are committed to providing quality client-responsive service at reasonable cost. As a relatively small firm, Fahey Landolina can meet clients’ needs without resorting to time-consuming internal meetings and delegation of responsibilities. Clients will have direct contact with the attorney representing them.

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PRACTICE AREAS

Real Estate – Residential & Commercial

  • Residential & commercial closings
  • Refinancing
  • Commercial financing
  • Condominium and common interest communities
  • Boundary line disputes
  • Assemblages
  • Real estate litigation
  • Residential & commercial leases

Business & Corporate

  • Business Organization
  • Limited Liability Companies
  • Closely Held Corporations
  • Business Leases
  • Purchase and Sales Agreements
  • Start-up Business
  • Business Formation
  • Financing
  • Licensing

Land Use & Zoning

  • Zone changes
  • Variances
  • Subdivisons & approvals
  • Text changes
  • special permits
  • Site plan appraisals
  • Injunctions

Municipal Law

  • Cease & desist orders
  • Regulation revision
  • Plan with development review
  • Legal opinions
  • Freedom of information issues
  • Contracts
  • Tif financing
  • Ligation

Estate Planning, Wills & Trusts

  • Wills
  • Powers of attorney
  • Heath care directives
  • Assest preservation
  • Liquidity planning
  • Incapacity planning
  • Living trusts
  • Irrevocable trusts
  • Strategic planning

Probate & Fiduciary Administration

  • Estate administation & processing
  • Probate litigation
  • trust administration
“Working with Attorney Fahey was a real pleasure. Not only was he professional, knowledgeable, thorough, timely, and persistent when necessary, he took the time to fully explain issues to us and to answer any and all questions we had. He also kept us abreast of timelines, where everything stood in relation thereto, and brought our matter to a successful conclusion. We highly recommend Attorney Fahey and look forward to our continued relationship.”
Review • Avvo.com
“Attorney Fahey serves as legal advisor to a relative’s manufacturing company. When I asked him where I could obtain sound legal advice for my developing consulting business, he did not hesitant to refer me to Attorney Fahey. I am very glad he did.Attorney Fahey is an experienced, competent professional who does not attempt to overwhelm you with legal jargon. He quickly grasps the issues and is prepared to give clear and concise direction. I look forward to developing a long term professional relationship with him.”
Marion Harlowe Martinez, Ed.D