In January 1999, the law firm of Famiglietti & Famiglietti, LLC was established with the goal of providing quality, comprehensive and professional legal services to the communities of Plainville, Southington, Bristol, Plymouth, Burlington, New Britain, Berlin, Cromwell, Middletown, Meriden and the Farmington Valley. Famiglietti & Famiglietti, LLC is a father and son team of highly respected and skilled attorneys brought together not only as a result of their familial connection, but also by their shared commitment to the legal profession and enjoyment received by helping others.

Anthony O. Famiglietti is a 1976 graduate of University of Connecticut Law School.

He is a past president of the Plainville Community Food Pantry, Plainville Rotary Club, and was a Corporator of Wheeler Clinic. He has served on the Plainville Economic Development Authority and the Zoning Board of Appeals.

He is the former chairman of Wheels for Jon and Alexis, a fundraising initiative to provide a wheelchair access van for two disabled individuals, and of Plainville's Board of Assessment Appeals. He is also assistant chairman of the Elizabeth Norton Trust.

In 2003, he was honored as Volunteer of the Year by the Plainville Chamber of Commerce and received the highest level of distinction from the Rotary Club (Paul Harris Fellowship) and the Connecticut Jaycees (Connecticut Statesman).

Anthony’s practice is heavily concentrated in probate and litigation, with an emphasis on personal injury and workers’ compensation. He offers a wide variety of legal services, including real estate closings, criminal defense, DWI and motor vehicle violations, contract preparation, landlord/tenant disputes, social security disability and business formations.

Jason S. Famiglietti is a 1997 cum laude graduate of Western New England College School of Law, where he served as a member of the Western New England Law Review for two years.

He has served on the board of directors of the Plainville Chamber of Commerce, as vice president of the Plainville Association for Retarded Citizens, Inc. and as a member of the board of directors of the United Way of West Central Connecticut.

He also was second vice president of the Plainville Student Loan Fund and chairman of the Plainville Chamber of Commerce’s Business and Education Roundtable. He has coached Plainville High School’s Mock Trial Team and has served as a Mentor for the Plainville School system. He enjoys volunteer roles with Middletown Youth Soccer and Middletown Little League, where he lives.

Jason’s practice focuses primarily on residential and commercial real estate closings, landlord and tenant disputes, criminal defense, DWI (driving while intoxicated), motor vehicle violations, probate and estate planning, business formations, and contract preparation.