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Mr. Stephen E. Kinsella

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Board Member

Selectmen
 
Background

Employment History

  • Chairman
    Charter Revision Commission
  • Chairman
    Economic Development Commission
  • Counsel
    TaxServ LLC

Board Memberships and Affiliations

Education

  • JD
    Western New England College School of Law
  • BA , Public Administration
    University of Hartford
15 Total References
Web References
Portland Democrats.
www.contentdesign.net, 7 Oct 2014 [cached]
Stephen Kinsella
Stephen Kinsella.
www.contentdesign.net, 21 Jan 2014 [cached]
Stephen Kinsella
Steve has been a member of the Board of Assessment Appeals since 1997, and has served on the Charter Revision Commission and as Chairman of the Economic Development Commission. A graduate of Western New England College School of Law, he is a member of the Connecticut Bar Association and is Assistant Corporation Counsel for the City of Hartford. Steve and his wife Nancy have 2 children, James and Jude.
The Middletown Press - Town swears in a new probate judge
www.middletownpress.com, 4 Jan 2007 [cached]
from - family and friends, Stephen E. Kinsella was sworn in Wednesday morning as the town's new probate judge.Kinsella, a Democrat, was elected in November, defeating - narrowly - his Republican challenger, Richard D. Carella.
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Instead, they gave the party's nomination to Kinsella, the party chairman.At mid-morning Wednesday, he savored the sweet fruit of his victory.As his wife, Nancy, and sons, James and Jude, looked on, Kinsella took the oath of office from Town Clerk Bernadette Dillon.
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The probate judge deals with issues involving wills and estates, as well as child custody issues and issues dealing with the mentally challenged, Kinsella said.More recently, probate judges have also become involved in implementing new passport regulations.Kinsella said his decision to run for the judge's post came about through a confluence of events.He was serving as assistant corporation counsel for Hartford when the Democratic Town committee made its decision not to support Guliani.And then, "I had an opportunity to retire from the city," he explained.Kinsella then went to consult former selectman Thomas W. Flood, the chairman of the Democrats' candidate selection committee, to ask about the probate judge's post.
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Kinsella has been active in town affairs, but recently enacted state ethics requirements have forced him to cu tback on or relinquish a number of the positions he had held."I had to step down from the Gildersleeve Trust, because the judge of probate appoints three of the members of their board, and I resigned from the Board of Assessment Appeals."He also stepped down as a justice of the peace.He is the chairman of the Charter Revision Commission but has retained that position at least for now, "because the state says I don't have to step down."Kinsella will spend the rest of this week and part of next week attending mandatory state classes for incoming probate judges.When he begins regular office hours, he expects to open from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., and from 2 to 7 p.m. on Tuesdays."We'll see how that works out," he said.His most immediate concern is installing a computer system in his office."We are one of the few offices in the state that is not computerized, if you can believe that," he explained.He also intends to employ a clerk.For the immediate future, Kinsella said, he intends to rely on the advice and counsel of former Madison Judge of Probate Carol Lugee.
Management
www.taxserv.com, 7 Feb 2011 [cached]
Stephen E. Kinsella, Esquire - Counsel Mr. Kinsella joined the Firm in 2008 for provision of short term project services. Mr. Kinsella provides collection and supervision of several TaxServ contracts. He reviews and advises staff collection training materials and assists with staff training. Judge Kinsella is a presiding Connecticut Probate Judge located in Portland, CT. Mr. Kinsella was previously employed with the City of Hartford, Connecticut, for 16 years, most recently serving as Assistant Corporation Counsel. During his term with Hartford, Mr. Kinsella was responsible for the tax collector's office legal issues related to tax collection and supervised various delinquent tax collection initiatives. He has been a speaker for the Connecticut Tax Collectors Association and serves as a Connecticut Probate Judge. Mr. Kinsella is a member of the Connecticut Bar Association. He holds a BA in Public Administration from the University of Hartford and a JD from Western New England College School of Law.
Portland Online.
www.portlandct.org, 13 Sept 2006 [cached]
Steven Kinsella stated that the Charter Revision Commission would like to finish the work that has been done and present a product that is to the Board of Selectmen's satisfaction.
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