Jewett City, Connecticut

Stuart R. Norman Jr.

Stuart R. Norman Jr.

19 Slater Ave
Griswold, CT 06351
(860) 376-0069
Stuart R. Norman Jr. , Property & Real Estate Law, Services, Griswold, Connecticut

When you're closing a real estate deal worth enormous sums of money, writing your will, or suffering from auto accident injuries, you need a skilled attorney to protect your interests and stand up for your rights. For over 40 years, Jewett City, CT, residents have relied on Stuart R. Norman Jr., a talented attorney with deep roots in the local community.

As one of the area's most respected and trusted real estate attorneys, Stuart R. Norman Jr. has closed mortgages with most of the nation's leading banks and brokers and has extensive experience with conventional, FHA, and VA loans. From buying and selling a home to establishing your rights to the property and explaining applicable zoning laws, you can rely on Stuart and his team for the guidance you need.

In addition to being a proven real estate attorney, he also provides a range of services for seniors who want to ensure that their wishes are respected after they're gone. The law office prides themselves on standing up for the rights of accident victims who have been injured due to someone else's negligence.

While other law offices outsource their title searches and other tasks, Stuart R. Norman Jr. and his team believe in taking full accountability for all of their actions. As one of the few law firms in the state who still perform their own title searches, they provide a level of service and peace of mind other providers can't match.

To schedule a consultation with a trusted real estate attorney today, call their Jewett City offices at (860) 376-0069. Visit them online to learn more about their long-standing local reputation and range of services.

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