Paul is Of Counsel at Czepiga Daly Pope & Perri. In addition to being a lawyer, Paul is also a certified public accountant and has an MBA degree in business from Northwestern University. Paul’s estate and elder law planning consists of representing a range of clients, from high net worth individuals and families who require sophisticated techniques to accomplish their objectives of reducing estate taxes and preserving wealth for future generations, to older couples of modest means whose goal is to protect their assets from having to be spent for nursing home care. Paul’s general corporate practice consists of assisting his clients in the negotiations for and the purchase or sale of a business, general contract review, commercial financing closings, and entity selection and formation.
Paul has published several articles and has spoken on Elder Law, Estate Planning, Medicaid Planning, and business issues most recently before the Connecticut Society for Certified Public Accountants; the Central Connecticut Business and Estate Planning Council; The Connecticut Chapter of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys; The Association of Geriatric Case Managers; The American College of Health Care Administrators; The New Britain Foundation for Public Giving; the International Association of Financial Planners’ Connecticut Chapter; and The Association of Long Term Care Financial Managers. Paul is currently a member of numerous professional organizations including The National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys; The Connecticut Bar Association Sections on Elder Law, Estates and Probate, Corporations, and Taxation, The Hartford Estate and Business Planning Council; and The Connecticut Society of Certified Public Accountants where he is currently Chairman of its Estates, Trusts and Gift Tax Committee and a member of its Advisory Board. Paul is also active in civic and charitable affairs and is past President of the Berlin YMCA and of the New Britain Lions Club.