Attorney Kurt M. Ahlberg

Kurt M. Ahlberg, was raised in Stratford.  He also raised his family of two daughters and a son in Stratford and now enjoys hosting weekends with his grandchildren.  His practice and philosophy of the law are shaped by his belief in placing family and community first.  Attorney Ahlberg is a graduate of Fairfield University and the University of Connecticut School of Law.  In 2014, Attorney Ahlberg was elected to serve as the Judge of Probate for the town of Stratford.  As a widely respect Judge, Attorney Ahlberg presided for four years and had over twenty decision published in the Quinnipiac Probate Law Journal.  He was admitted to the bar of the State of Connecticut in 1978.  Upon admission to the bar, he joined his father, H. Manton Ahlberg, and has practiced in numerous areas of law including real estate, wills and probate, elder law, civil and injury litigation, municipal and land use law, and corporate and business law.  Attorney Ahlberg has served as an Assistant Town Attorney for the town of Stratford where he helped protect residential neighborhoods from overdevelopment, worked to preserve Roosevelt Forest and the McKinney Wildlife Refuge in the Great Meadows, and remove tolls from the Merritt Parkway.   He also served  as a Fact Finder/Arbitrator in the Bridgeport Superior Court and as a member of the Local Panel of the Statewide Grievance Committee for Judicial District of Ansonia/Milford. Throughout is career, Attorney Ahlberg has been committed to the community.  He has and continues to volunteer with many organizations and in many capacities including :
  • Stratford Police Activities League
  • Stratford Disability Review Board
  • Stratford Jaycees
  • Stratford Representative, Greater Bridgeport Regional Planning Agency
  • Stratford Red Cross, Board of Directors
  • Stratford YMCA, Board of Directors
  • Stratford Youth Advisory Board
  • Chapel Street School PTA
  • Flood Middle School PTA
  • Co-Chairman, Bunnell High School Football Gridiron Club
  • Stratford Little League coach, assistant coach
  • Sterling House basketball coach, assistant coach
  • Sterling House soccer assistant coach
  • Stratford Girls Softball assistant coach
  • Chapel Street School Cub Scouts
  • St. Mark Church Parish

Attorney Carl A. Glad

Carl A. Glad, was also raised in Stratford.  His parents are life-long residents of the town and he decided to return to his home town to raise his two young children.  Attorney Glad is a graduate of the American University and the University of Baltimore School of Law.  He was admitted to the bar of the District of Columbia in 2011 and the bar of the State of Connecticut in 2013.  Prior to joining the family practice, Attorney Glad worked in the Pentagon where he acted as an advisor to senior military leaders, including members of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, on legislative and policy matters.  Prior to that, he served in various positions in Washington, D.C, including as a lobbyist, on Capitol Hill, and at a think-tank.  Attorney Glad has always been an active member of his community.  He has and continues to serve as a volunteer with organizations such as: