What to do BEFORE Placing Your House on the Market

Written by Amy Zabetakis on April 5, 2017

Thinking of moving? Before listing your house, make sure you’re putting your best foot forward by assembling a team of trusted advisors. A real estate agent and an attorney can look out for your best interests, guide you and help you navigate the process as seamlessly as possible. The first step in getting top dollar … Continue reading What to do BEFORE Placing Your House on the Market

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Michele Gartland Tours El Salvador with Americares

Written by Amy Zabetakis on December 13, 2016

Americares hosted its annual Airlift Benefit on Saturday, October 1, 2016 at Westchester Airport, which culminated in Michele Gartland, RLG attorney, leaving the Benefit to see first-hand the work done by Americares. The benefit raised $2.9 million and ended with a journey to El Salvador to deliver medicine and supplies and a chance to witness … Continue reading Michele Gartland Tours El Salvador with Americares

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Employee Spotlight: Kate Diehm

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Rucci Law Group is pleased to announce that Kate Diehm was selected as a Rising Star by Super Lawyers in November 2016. Super Lawyers selects attorneys from more than 70 practice areas throughout the US in a peer-nominated process that involves independent research and peer evaluations. Each candidate is evaluated on 12 indicators of peer … Continue reading Employee Spotlight: Kate Diehm

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Successful Push-Pull Parade Sponsored by RLG

Written by Amy Zabetakis on August 17, 2016

Downtown Darien was the scene of the annual Darien July 4th Push and Pull Parade. Participation rules are simple: any kind of non-motorized vehicle with wheels is eligible to join and everything from strollers, to wagons, to roller skates and bikes joined the procession. The festivities include an honor guard, music from a fife and … Continue reading Successful Push-Pull Parade Sponsored by RLG

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Employee Spotlight: Marianne C. Cirillo

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Marianne Cirillo is an experienced lawyer in the areas of trusts and estates and real estate law. She considers herself to be a good listener, helping clients to feel both heard and understood. That in turn provides confidence that RLG has the legal competence to pinpoint and then handle a particular issue professionally and discretely. … Continue reading Employee Spotlight: Marianne C. Cirillo

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Connecticut Enacts New Uniform Power of Attorney Legislation

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Connecticut lawmakers have reacted to the public’s outcry for nationwide uniformity regarding Power of Attorney (POA) laws. Connecticut has updated its regulations that had been unchanged prior to 1965 to join the other 18 states using a uniform statutory form by adopting the Uniform Power of Attorney Act that will be effective October 1, 2016. … Continue reading Connecticut Enacts New Uniform Power of Attorney Legislation

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Birgit Stueber Joins Rucci Law Group

Written by Amy Zabetakis on May 18, 2016

‘Birgit Stueber joined Rucci Law Group (RLG) in early 2016 to provide administrative support. Hers is the friendly voice you often hear answering the phone when you ring the office. She will be involved in all facets of administrative work with the firm, focusing on Real Estate, Land Use and Zoning, and Trusts and Estates. … Continue reading Birgit Stueber Joins Rucci Law Group

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RLG Announces Launch of Updated Website

Written by Amy Zabetakis on May 15, 2016

Rucci Law Group (RLG) is pleased to announce the launch of our updated website. The new site is now faster, easier to navigate and more user-friendly. It is available at www.ruccilawgroup.com. While the look of the website is brand new, RLG continues to be your professional counselors, providing personal and business solutions.   The updated … Continue reading RLG Announces Launch of Updated Website

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Julie Jaramillo Graduates with Associates Degree

Written by Amy Zabetakis on January 25, 2016

Rucci Law Group is proud to announce that Julie Jaramillo completed her Associates Degree in Criminal Justice at Norwalk Community College in December 2015. Rather than take a break from school, she is off to John Jay College of Criminal Justice to pursue her undergraduate degree in pre-law studies beginning in January 2016. Julie plans … Continue reading Julie Jaramillo Graduates with Associates Degree

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Do I Really Need A Survey Before I Put Up a Fence?

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Get one – that is all you need to know. While good fences make good neighbors, fences in the wrong location can cause any number of problems. If you are installing a fence on your property you need the property line staked so you can be sure that the fence is located just inside your … Continue reading Do I Really Need A Survey Before I Put Up a Fence?

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