Attorney Malcolm Barlow and Paralegal Cindy Laska
Malcolm F. Barlow has served clients in the Manchester area since 1978, with an emphasis on probate, wills, estates, contracts, and personal injury situations.
Born and raised in Manchester, he attended public schools here, and then the University of Connecticut and the University of Connecticut School of Law. He and his wife, Susan Cronin Barlow, have raised their children here.
Attorney Barlow has taught workshops on Medicaid and estate planning, will contests, and Elderlaw care agreements. Over the years, he served as Manchester’s Assistant Town Attorney, member of Manchester’s Board of Education, legal counsel to the Housing Authority of the Town of Manchester, legal counsel to the Manchester Historical Society, and, since 2004, President of the Manchester Land Conservation Trust.
He is committed to the local community, and enjoys serving its legal needs.
University of Connecticut School of Law
Juris Doctor, 1977
University of Connecticut
Bachelor of Arts, 1965
- Admitted to the Connecticut Bar and to practice in the United States District Court for Connecticut, Juris No. 301180
- Began the practice of law in 1978
- A general practice firm with focus on elder law, real estate, probate, personal injury
Counsel to the following organizations:
- Manchester Historical Society, Inc.
- Orford Village Commons, Inc. (Elderly housing)
- Orford Village Housing Development Corporation (Elderly housing)
- MISAC, Corporation (providing 191-units of family housing since 1970)
- Unitarian Universalist Society: East
- Manchester Land Conservation Trust
- Odyssey Community School (Connecticut’s first charter school)
Frequent lecturer to civic groups and lawyers
Seminar topics include Probate Practice, Elder Law, Estate and Trust Litigation, Special Needs Trusts, End of Life Issues, Personal Care Agreements, Medicare and Medicaid, and Guardianships and Conservatorships