Domenick N. Calabrese is the principal of Calabrese Law, PLLC with offices in Stamford and Watertown, Connecticut, and Palm Beach Gardens, Florida. He’s admitted to practice in Connecticut, Florida, and New York. Practice areas are limited to estate planning, probate, business planning, contracts, and asset protection. Dom has been a Connecticut Probate Judge since 2003, and published numerous articles on topics that include estate planning and probate. His most recent presentation is a two part series on why estate plans fail.
Dom has conducted presentations for the Connecticut Probate Assembly, the Connecticut and Fairfield County Bar Associations, the Connecticut Society of Certified Public Accountants, the University of Connecticut Income Tax School, and many civic groups.
Some of his other presentations and articles include Living Trusts: Myth versus Reality; Wills in Connecticut; Conservatorships, Legal Incapacity and the Probate Court; Pet Trusts; Conservatorships and Voting Rights in Connecticut; Guardianships in Connecticut; Connecticut Estate Taxes; Advantages of Living Trusts; Disadvantages of Living Trusts; Powers of Attorney; and Connecticut Unclaimed Property.
Dom is a member of the Connecticut Bar Association, Florida Bar Association, Fairfield County Bar Association, Connecticut Probate Assembly, and the National College of Probate Judges. He is a graduate of the University of Connecticut School of Law where he earned a juris doctor degree. He also holds a master’s degree in business administration from the University of New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut, and a bachelor of science degree in allied health from the University of Connecticut, Storrs.