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Virginia P. Mihalko LLC has been serving Bridgeport, CT and the surrounding areas with personal legal services for over 25 years. Ms. Mihalko, a general practice lawyer, will undertake many types of legal work. She works hard to make herself as accessible to her clients and her community as possible if you call the offices of Virginia Mihalko, you will speak with her directly. She offers free consultations these initial meetings are vital to establishing a trusting and comfortable relationship between lawyer and client. Virginia P. Mihalko lives in the area where she practices she genuinely cares about the well being her friends and neighbors in her community. Your case is important to her.
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Estate and probate law decedents estates, heir representation, wills, and more. Residential Real Estate closings and Refinances. Family law divorce, custody, child support. Small Business Formation and advice. Other legal services include: landlord/tenant, personal injury, and more.
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Right off rt.8 at exit 4
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CT State Bar Association, Real Estate, Estates, And Family American Bar Association
Family Law Attorneys, Adoption Law Attorneys, Attorneys, Divorce Attorneys, Probate Law Attorneys, Real Estate Attorneys, Wills, Trusts & Estate Planning Attorneys
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I got this attorneys name from Lawyer 800.

I had 2 issues and needed an Attorney. One was for information on Divorce and the other was a inheritance issue.

She was describes as a all round attorney and not a Divorce Specialist.

The f irst time I visited her office I left with her my original court order from a Georgia Court concerning my mothers estate.---------she had asked me if she could hold on to them. I saw no reason not to let her do so ...long story short --she never contacted me again...and when I contacted her again year or more later --she had lost these papers and acted like I was at fault for some reason because I had not returned sooner.

The truth of the matter was that she told me she did not feel qualifyed to handle the inheritence issues and would find someone for me and contact me.

It was NOT left that I would contact her.

During the second meeting whenshe told me she LOST my court papers. She left me waiting 20 minutes perhaps more while she had open door conversations with another client ove personal business...and even after her receptionist mentioned that I was waiting --she continued to talk to this other person for quite awhile.

I went over the same information as before because she had no notes on the original consultation....gave me the same parting story about how she'd check for me to find another attorney to advise me on the inheritance issue that she'd lost the papers on ...and again told me she'd get me this information.

I never heard from this attorney---so be aware of what happened to me. This attorney does not return call and does not take court papers seriously.