The Law Offices of Kurt M. Ahlberg have a long history in Stratford, Connecticut. Emigrating from Sweden, Sven Anderson settled in Stratford to open a blacksmith shop on Longbrook Avenue. Today, five generations later, Sven's descendants are still serving Stratford just around the corner from the old blacksmith shop. In 1951, H. Manton Ahlberg, a Navy veteran of World War II, established his law practice in Stratford. Manton's practice and the town grew together. He prided himself on bringing people to Stratford and developing long term relationships with his clients. His son Kurt Ahlberg joined the practice in 1979 and has been providing legal counsel to the community ever since. As a life-long Stratford resident Attorney Ahlberg was honored to be elected the Judge of Probate for Stratford. Prior to the election, his nephew, Manton's grandson, Carl Glad joined the practice to continue the family tradition of service to the community. Today Attorneys Ahlberg and Glad are partners in a practice dedicated to providing the full spectrum of legal services to its clients.
In an ever more complex and fast paced world, practical, timely, and experienced legal advice is essential to your decision making. With three generations of experience, we know that the decisions you make today will have a lasting impact for you and your families. That is why Attorneys Ahlberg and Glad will leverage their experience, industry know-how, and most importantly their understanding and connection to family and the community to help you achieve your goals.
VALUES AND COMMITMENT
As "Your Family Lawyers" we pride ourselves on our integrity and building a lasting commitment to our clients. We will provide you with the personal care you want and expect from a legal practice. We go beyond professional standards to ensure you feel you are our only client. We will always provide open and honest communications, transparent and fair billing, and will return your call within 24 hours.