Lawrence Christiano

Lawrence Christiano began the practice of law in 1967 as an associate of the general practice law firm of Macrides & Zezima and was named principal in 1970. The firm name was then changed to Macrides, Zezima & Christiano. He is admitted to practice law before all of the Connecticut courts and the Federal District court of Connecticut. For most of his career, Attorney Christiano concentrated on civil trials which included personal injury, criminal defense, landlord tenant relations, residential and commercial real estate. For the past several years he has specialized in the areas of Real Estate and Estate Planning. His residential real estate practice includes representation of brokers, lenders, title insurance companies and homeowners in the purchase, sale and refinancing of their homes. Additionally he has represented developers and other commercial clients in the acquisition of property, assisted with their financing requirements and the sale or refinancing of their projects.

He served for many years as a court appointed pretrial master and frequently was recognized by the local bar for his pro bono work in domestic matters. Throughout his career he has been a guest lecturer, speaking to students interested in the law and has appeared before various groups to discuss the importance of estate planning. He has served as President of several civic and social organizations.

In 1964 Attorney Christiano graduated from the University of Bridgeport with a degree in History and a minor in Political Science. In 1967 Larry entered Brooklyn Law School and was awarded an academic scholarship for his last two years of study and graduated with a Juris Doctor degree. Throughout his career he has been a member in good standing of the state and local bar associations.