Lawyer/Attorney in Prospect, CT - Wills - Living Wills - Estate Planning - Real Estate Attorney - Corporations & LLCs - Landlord/Tenant Issues - Real Estate Closings - Unemployment Matters

Areas of Practice

Lawyer/Attorney in Prospect, CT - Wills - Living Wills - Estate Planning - Real Estate Attorney - Corporations & LLCs - Landlord/Tenant Issues - Real Estate Closings - Unemployment Matters

  • Commercial leasing, lease drafting, evictions
  • Corporations & LLCs
  • Tax Exempt entities / Formation, governance & compliance/ 501(c)(3)s
  • Landlord/Tenant issues
  • Foreclosures / Collections / Mechanic’s Liens
Lawyer/Attorney in Prospect, CT - Wills - Living Wills - Estate Planning - Real Estate Attorney - Corporations & LLCs - Landlord/Tenant Issues - Real Estate Closings - Unemployment Matters

  • Personal Injury
  • Probate Litigation
  • Real Estate closings / Easement, Title & Boundary Disputes / Drafting of Deeds
  • Wills, Powers of Attorney, Living Wills
  • Unemployment Assessment Appeals / Employer-Employee relations & disputes

Here are some references to a couple of the matters in which Attorney Holley has been involved:

Blossom’s Escort, LLC v. Administrator
Ongoing administrative appeal, defending escort motor vehicle company from Department of Labor unemployment tax assessment; during the pendency of the matter, successfully pursued passage of a new statutory exemption from the General Assembly removing flag escort motor vehicle drivers from the definition of “employee”; matter remains pending on appeal as to several issues, including whether the new exemption applies to the facts of this case.

Savalle, et al. v. Hilzinger
Co-counsel, property/land dispute over whether ancient discontinued road was still available to the general public for access to property. Successful in defending property owner in lawsuit wherein plaintiff sought a court determination that said discontinued road could still be used to access property. See, Savalle v. Hilzinger, 123 Conn. App. 174 (2010); and Savalle v. Hilzinger, 158 Conn. App. 837 (2015)