Law Offices Geoffrey T. Einhorn, LLC - Wallingford, Connecticut 06492

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741 N Colony Rd, Ste 1 , Wallingford , Connecticut 06492

(203) 269-1665






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For over 15 years Geoffrey T. Einhorn has handled the tough problems facing Connecticut’s businesses and individuals. Our Office’s practice is diversified and includes representing national banks, insurance companies, public and private corporations as well as individuals and institutions. We are ready and able to handle your needs and represent your interests.


From Fortune 500 Companies to local small businesses, we offer the same sincere and detailed approach to all matters. It is our goal to offer practical and thoughtful solutions to your problems and issues. No matter what your situation is, Attorney Einhorn will immediately tell you what your options are and offer his counsel. Please contact The Law Offices of Geoffrey T. Einhorn, LLC for help with your legal problems.


Our service areas include:

> Personal Injury

> Real Estate

> Landlord Tenant

> Corporate Transactions

> Wills and Trusts

> Commercial Litigation

> Creditor Rights - Collections

> Bankruptcy - Foreclosure Defense


While modern life has made old fashioned handshake deals very risky, Attorney Einhorn appreciates those ideals and values that made such business common place, and will always remember that the client is always right.


Hours: Mon-Fri: 8:30am-6:00pm

Law Offices Geoffrey T. Einhorn, LLC is located in the Wallingford area of Connecticut. There is 1 other listing in the 06492 postcode area.

Lawyers in Connecticut 06492

Number of Employees: 1

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741 North Colony Road Wallingford, CT
8/16/2017 4:38:49 PM

Hi! I hope your summer is going well and problem free. This time of year is very busy in the real estate field and often when problems arise. I am sure you as a real estate professional have had a bad real estate closing once or twice…right? So how did you handle the closing and how would you the next time? What have you learned from your experiences and what did you do to memorialize these hard learned lessons for when “it” happens again? On the day of closing you may find yourself dealing with a full document review of the borrower’s finances, or the property suffers electrical, water, wind or fire damages, or an intrical party suffers a serious illness. How you handle these events could influence how your client feels about all your hard but soon to be forgotten work to date. Up to this point in the real estate transaction process you have done a great job and your client is thrilled they are part of a contract for the property. Unfortunately, it only takes one issue to change the perception of your abilities to your clients and it is human nature to remember the bad and difficult and to forget the good and easy. So here is how you should handle the next catastrophe that takes place last minute right before you were to close yet another successful real estate transaction: 1. Set your clients expectations early and often and explain to them the effect the “event” will have on your closing and whether this is normal or they need to be concerned. Explain early on that closing dates are “guidelines not deadlines” unless the contract calls for “time is of the essence” in the closing date. 2. Have a go to list of contractors and tradesmen to introduce to your client who has to deal with the issue. Giving a number is not enough; an in person or telephone introduction will relay the urgency and hopefully get a quick response. 3. Vet the contractor list quarterly and ask for reviews from your clients after each job to ensure prompt service and completion of work. Ideally these contacts should drop everything within reason for you so they stay on your list. 4. Be an inclusive leader suggesting alternative courses of action to your client and possible pros and cons to each scenario. Don’t take charge completely but don’t be aloof either. Listen to the clients concerns. 5. Bring in the Attorneys and other professionals early not late in the crisis and supply them with as much factual information as possible as soon as possible while asking for their guidance and assistance. Don’t dump the problem on the professionals; work with them to fix it. 6. Assume what can go wrong may go wrong and prepare accordingly by leaving time prior and after a scheduled closing to deal with these types of issues. Scheduling a vacation flight the night of a closing or next morning is generally not a good plan. 7. Keep a “lessons learned list”, ask your clients for their input in an “after action critique” of what should have been done differently after the fact. This will help you gain insight into how you are perceived in handling the crisis and how to improve for next time. I hope you have an event free closing but if not save this list it may come in handy! Sincerely, Geoffrey Einhorn
8/3/2017 9:25:27 PM
5/15/2017 4:37:58 PM

We have settled 3 more personal injury cases since our last post this year! While results vary and past settlements are not a guarantee of future results; we settled 2 of the 3 cases for the policy limits of $20,000, another case for $33,000. Two cases where rear end accidents and another involved an intoxicated driver and all the cases were resolved in under 2 years from suit. Each case is different and while results vary we have settled both car accidents, slip and fall cases and general liability matters. Please contact our offices (203) 269-1665 if you or someone you know has been injured in an accident as soon as possible to protect your rights.
5/10/2017 1:33:06 PM

Please contact the Law Offices of Geoffrey T. Einhorn LLC. (203-269-1665) for all your residential and commercial closing needs. We offer approximately 25% off our normal residential attorney fees for real estate transactions as part of the Heroes Home Advantage Program. If you are a veteran, a member of the military or police or fire departments, a teacher, nurse or doctor, you can benefit from this program! Call 203-269-1665 or email to ask about this program and to discuss your purchase, sale or refinance.
4/11/2017 3:57:42 PM
4/11/2017 3:20:13 PM
4/11/2017 3:19:15 PM

2017 is continuing our trend of settling personal injury cases in approximately 1.5 years from the date of the accident (disclaimer results will vary and are dependent on the facts of each case). To date between 2016 and 2017 we have settled after demand, suit, arbitration or mediation over 20 cases. Each case is different and while results vary we have settled both car accidents, slip and fall cases and general liability matters. Please contact our offices (203) 269-1665 if you or someone you know has been injured in an accident as soon as possible to protect your rights.
3/6/2017 4:35:29 PM

October 3rd the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) rolled out and began using a new Integrated Disclosure Statement for all purchases, sales and refinances of real property in the United States. The ideal behind the new disclosure was to simplify the way all the closing costs were seen and disclosed to buyers and sellers of real estate. The prior document called a HUD was in use since the 1970's and will only be used for loans that originated with lenders before October 3, 2015. This may have a temporary adverse impact on closings and lending as the new regulations are smoothed out and implemented.
10/6/2015 2:56:18 PM

We successfully closed a record number of real estate purchases last quarter and see a bit of a bump in the market for sellers
10/1/2015 7:09:57 PM

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