Marianne C. Cirillo has joined the Rucci Law Group, of Darien, and will focus on trusts and estates and real estate law.
Joseph J. Rucci Jr., Rucci Law Group partner, said, "We believe that Marianne's extensive experience and unwavering commitment to representing clients will be a great asset for the Rucci Law Group. Her knowledge and practice in real estate and trusts and estates law will allow us to effectively assist more clients."
Previously, Cirillo worked with Norwalk/Wilton Probate Judge Anthony J. DePanfilis and handled estate matters for Darien/New Canaan Probate Judge Michael P. Murray. She has also provided legal counsel through the state of Connecticut Probate Court Administration's pro bono department. She also has real estate experience as she has, in the past, represented purchasers, sellers, lending institutions and title companies in both residential and commercial matters.
Cirillo, who grew up in Westchester County, obtained a Juris Doctor from Pace University School of Law and a bachelor of arts degree with honors from SUNY College at Purchase. She began her career in White Plains, N.Y., and then in New York City.
She moved to Darien, where she has lived for the past 16 years with her husband and two sons. Throughout her career, she has been involved in numerous volunteer organizations and served on several local boards.
The Rucci Law Group is located at 19 Old Kings Highway South.