Seeley & Berglass


855 Main Street                 3695 Post Rd                   121 Whitney Ave.
Bridgeport, CT 06604        Southport, CT 06890         New Haven, CT  06510
New Haven, CT 06510
Tel (203) 562-5888
(203) 366-3939                (203) 256-3252                (203) 562-5888



For over twenty years Seeley & Berglass has been dedicated to clients by offering the experience of its principals, and resources in very diverse areas of the law.  We take a personal approach to serving clients which helps them in the pursuit and achievement of their goals and objectives.
Connecticut Lawmakers Cut all Funding to its Probate Courts, Removed Cap on Probate Fees and Doubled Fees for Estates in Excess of 2 Million Dollars
Connecticut has been deemed the most expensive place to die in the United States as a result of recent budget cuts and changes to the law.  A Revocable Living Trust is a good example of an instrument which can reduce costs associated with Probate as well as protecting your assets.

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The Affordable Care Act and Small Business

Bill Seeley

Everyone seems to have a question about the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and how it affects them. If you are a small business owner there are many issues to be aware of:

Requirement to Offer Coverage depends on Number of Full-time Employees (FTEs). A Small Business is not legally required to offer health insurance to its employees if it has fewer than 50 full-time employees. Under the new law, a full time employee is considered one who works an average of 30 hours a week or at least 130 hours a month.

Small Companies Considering Raising Capital

JOBS Act (Jumpstart Our Business Startups)
Bill Seeley

For companies interested in raising capital in private offerings, the provisions of the Jumpstart our Business Start-ups Act (JOBS Act) should be helpful.  It has been in effect since April 5, 2012, and is being hailed as a "pro-entrepreneurial piece of legislation." whose principal purpose is to drive the creation of jobs in the US by making it easier for US and non-US companies to access capital from private and public sources.


Generally all offerings and sales of securities must be registered with the SEC unless they are all sold within one state [in which case that state's requirement must be met] or they are sold in a transaction exempt from Registration. The current canon for such exempt offerings is Regulation D, promulgated by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) more


You formed or want to form an LLC?

The Web has made it very easy and inexpensive to form a Limited Liability Company (LLC). However, if you have two or more members of the LLC, an Operating Agreement ("OA") is an absolute necessity. We are often contacted by Limited Liability Companies after formation to assist them with issues that could often be prevented by an Operating more

W. Parker Seeley, Jr. named "Top Lawyer" in Greenwich, Westport, New Canaan•Darien, and Stamford Magazines

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Phone: (203) 256-3250