Firm Overview

 

Morton Riefberg
       Judge Morton I. Riefberg           Law Firm Founder

The Law Offices of  Lawrence M. Riefberg, LLC,  are known for exceptional service, fair and reasonable legal fees and thoughtful advice. These values have been the hallmark of Larry’s career since joining his father in the practice of law in 1982. After Morton Riefberg became a Judge of the Superior Court in 1985, Larry was managing partner of a full service law firm for the next 30 years. On February 29, 2016 – leap year! – Larry made a leap of his own into a new chapter of his legal career by  opening a firm that concentrates in the area of Residential Real Estate Law and Relocation.

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Larry’s new law firm remains at the same location where he has been since 2004 – easily accessible off interstate I-84 on the border of Danbury and Ridgefield, CT. The Law Offices of Lawrence M. Riefberg, LLC has three attorneys and twenty-three dedicated staff. The Riefberg Team offers outstanding service and experienced advice to Realtors, Creditors, Consumers, Buyers, Sellers and to all in the real estate and relocation industry.

Offering his renowned Platinum Standard  “24/7/365” availability, Larry and his team provide a unique service delivery  model and quality  advice for those buying and selling homes, refinancing mortgages, resolving upside-down mortgages (short sales) as well as solving title and municipal permit  issues.R logoRiefberg Real Estate & Relocation Services – a division of the law firm – exclusively manages a network of closing operatives (Title Companies, Escrow Agents and Settlement Agents) to serve the needs of the relocation industry nationwide. Larry is a recognized leader at the Worldwide ERC (Employee Relocation Council).

Send us an email or a text, call us at the office (203-744-RIEF) or on our cell, LIKE our Facebook Page, LINK-IN – or simply stop by and say “hello”. We welcome you and would be honored to assist you with all of your  Real Estate needs in CT and NY and with your  Relocation needs across the USA and Canada.