Weber and Carrier LLP, serving residents for over 50 years, excited for changes coming this summer

Published on Tuesday, 16 June 2020 14:44


NEW BRITAIN – Changes are coming for Weber and Carrier LLP

For over 50 years the law firm of Weber and Carrier LLP, located at 24 Cedar St., has been serving Connecticut residents with creative and efficient approaches to all of their legal needs. The firm is excited to announce two changes that will take place this summer.

First, the name of the firm will be expanded to Weber, Carrier, Boiczyk & Chace, LLP to incorporate the names of two partners: Michael P. Boiczyk and Diane R. Chace.

“Attorneys Boiczyk and Chace have been with the law firm for 30 years and 26 years respectively and both deserve recognition in the firm name,” managing partner Robert Weber said.

The second change involves the opening of an office in Old Saybrook.

“The firm has many clients who live in the shoreline communities around Old Saybrook,” Weber said. “The satellite office will allow us to better serve these shoreline clients and also develop new client relationships, while our main office will still be here in New Britain.”

The firm represents a wide array of clientele in the practices of personal injury, litigation, divorce and family law, workers’ compensation, criminal matters, residential and commercial real estate, business transactions, estate planning and probate.

Weber handles personal injury and litigation cases and has been recognized as a “Super Lawyer” in Connecticut Magazine for the past seven years. He attributes the firm’s success to the solid relationships they have built with their clients and their families adding “word of mouth is how we have built our business rather than gimmicky commercials and billboards.”

The primary goal of the firm is to provide excellent service to clients. The attorneys at Weber and Carrier strive to resolve disputes in a goal-oriented and efficient way. The firm looks forward to bringing this commitment to excellent client service to the Old Saybrook area.

The firm offers alternative ways of managing divorce, including collaborative and mediation, depending on the needs of each family. Collaborative divorce involves the parties and their lawyers working together to reach a resolution amicably in private offices rather than having a judge decide all the issues in an adversarial court setting.

Collaborative divorce is a modern approach that encourages the parties to achieve their separation in a way that is less expensive and significantly less stressful than traditional court battles. Mediation is a similar process that involves both parties working with one lawyer who helps the parties to reach a divorce agreement without each hiring their own legal counsel.

“We want to help clients and their families through a difficult time without the unnecessary expense and upset that comes with a court battle,” Attorney Diane Chace said.

Chace encourages her divorce clients to participate in the collaborative process or mediation to eliminate the high cost, stress and delay that comes with litigating divorce cases in court.

The firm has represented generations of clients.

“There are clients that we first met when we joined the firm in the 1980s,” said partner Michael Carrier. “Over the years, we have represented their children and then grandchildren.”

Moving into the future the firm hopes to continue its growth and reputation for outstanding client satisfaction for existing clients as well as new clients.

“Excellent work ethic, attention to detail and a constant commitment to the best interests of our clients are the keys to the firm’s longevity and success,” Weber said.

For more information on Weber and Carrier, or to set up a consultation, call 860-225-9463 or visit

The firm is open Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., but the attorneys are always available outside of normal business hours for consultations to accommodate the needs of all clients.

Brian M. Johnson can be reached at 860-973-1806 or

Posted in New Britain Herald, Business, on Tuesday, 16 June 2020 14:44. Updated: Tuesday, 16 June 2020 14:46.