Business Law, Real Estate and Other Legal Matters
For clients experiencing a legal problem with an IRS tax audit, or needing assistance with buying or selling property or a business, our law firm has the experience you need to achieve your goals.
For new or established businesses, our lawyers offer sound guidance on every aspect of buying and running a successful business, from purchasing a commercial property and lease negotiations to obtaining required permits (including liquor permits) and properly making IRS payments.
Contact Us Today For Personalized Advice
Our paralegal and professional staff is committed to quality, value and unparalleled customer service. From your first meeting with us, helping you reach your goals is our priority.
See why so many Connecticut clients have trusted their legal concerns to us. To speak with a lawyer at the Baker Law Firm, P.C. about your concerns today, please call us at 203-885-1344 or send us an email.
A History of Achievement in Connecticut
Since 1969For 50 years, the Baker Law Firm, P.C, has represented many of western Connecticut’s most successful and prestigious individuals and businesses with intelligence and zeal.
Serving clients in upper Fairfield County and lower Litchfield County, our Danbury, Connecticut, attorneys are recognized for their responsiveness and professionalism in handling complex legal matters.
We offer legal advice in English, Spanish and Portuguese. Call us at 203-885-1344 to learn more.
Experience and Service
With decades of combined legal experience, at Baker Law Firm, P.C., we are well-prepared with the legal advice you need to make wise decisions regarding estate planning, business law, real estate ventures, tax deficiency problems, or fraud allegations.
If you need strategic advice concerning, transferring wealth to family members, including protecting assets through the use of trusts for tax purposes and to avoid probate or if you are seeking help in probating a Connecticut estate, our attorneys are ready to assist you with all your estate planning, administration and probate needs.