Areas of Practice

lawThe Law Offices of Sarah F. Summons LLC is a versatile firm fully capable of handling highly complex legal issues.

We have built a statewide reputation and have represented clients throughout the state in a wide range of practice areas, including real estate law, criminal defense, estate planning, civil litigation, family law (divorce, child support and child custody), probate and Appellate matters.

Family Law

Questions and concerns about child custody/support, division of property, alimony and the divorce process answered.

Criminal Defense

A criminal defense attorney can be your strongest ally and advocate when you are facing criminal charges. The law firm of Sarah F. Summons LLC provides the type of experienced and dedicated legal representation you need during these difficult times. Our criminal law practice provides defense of protective orders, motor vehicle violations, DMV driver's license suspensions and other offenses.

Real Estate Transactions

Sarah F. Summons has represented residential real estate clients across Connecticut for many years. She has handled virtually all aspects of residential real estate, including financing, drafting residential leasing, and purchases. She acts as agent for a Connecticut title insurance company and handles all aspects of work dealing with real estate title. Our firm provides truly comprehensive real estate services to clients throughout Connecticut.

Wills / Trusts / Estates

Attorney Sarah F. Summons works to devise creative, practical, and effective estate plans that meet our clients' financial and familial goals. The estate planning services are designed to safeguard you, your family and your assets. We can assist you with estate planning matters such as the following:

  • Revocable and irrevocable trusts, personal residence trusts and grantor retained income trusts
  • Living wills and health care directives to address end of life and other medical decisions
  • Power of Attorney: Business/Personal - Appointed Authorized Representative
  • Guardianships and conservatorships to protect minors, incapacitated loved ones, and those with special needs