Attorney Jeffrey A. McChristian has been in the private practice of law in the Hartford, Connecticut area since he was admitted to the Connecticut Bar in 1978. He represents individuals, institutions and small business clients across multiple practice areas, including real estate, litigation, small business representation, bankruptcy, foreclosures, landlord-tenant law and estate planning. His extensive experience in diverse legal arenas allows him to effectively address the variety of legal needs that can arise for clients over time.
Since 1994, Attorney McChristian has served as an arbitrator, attorney trial referee and fact-finder in the Hartford and New Britain Judicial Districts, and formerly as a small claims hearing officer in the Hartford Housing Session. He has served as a lecturer on Housing Court Practice and Procedure for the Connecticut Bar Association’s legal education series for young lawyers, as well as a presenter on Residential and Commercial Evictions for a variety of continuing legal education seminars. Attorney McChristian has extensive experience in reverse mortgage transactions and has made numerous presentations on the topic to area lenders, realtors and senior centers.
Attorney McChristian is a member of the Connecticut Bar Association, the Hartford County Bar Association, and the Valley Chapter of Business Networking International. He is a mentor for the Hartford County Bar Association’s Lawyer Mentoring Program and a former President of the Wesleyan Alumni Association of Greater Hartford. For many years, Attorney McChristian was a volunteer coach for local youth soccer, basketball and baseball leagues, as well as a volunteer Cub Scout and Boy Scout leader.
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