William R. Broneill
Will joined KKC in 2022 after 20 years in private practice in Manchester, Connecticut. He focuses his practice on Residential and Commercial Real Estate.
Will resides in Manchester with his family. In his spare time, he enjoys running, reading, hiking on the CFPA blue-blazed trails in Connecticut, and he is presently working towards his goal of climbing all 48 4,000-foot peaks in the White Mountain National Forest in New Hampshire.
A Recent Review
"I'm a Realtor with 12 years of experience in Rhode Island and Massachusetts, however I only recently closed my second transaction in Connecticut, and Kahan Kerensky Capossela made it a breeze. Working with Karen and Will especially made our transaction nice and smooth, like a well-oiled machine. They guided my clients with professionalism and precision, and assisted me with some of the nuiances of a transaction that exist in Connecticut but not in other areas I'm more familiar with. Great experience!"
- Western New England College School of Law (J.D., 2002)
- Furman University (B.A. in English and Sociology, 1998)
- Connecticut Bar Association - Member
- Real Property Section of the Connecticut Bar Association - Executive Committee Member
- Commercial Law and Bankruptcy Section of the Connecticut Bar Association - Member
- Hartford County Bar Association - Member
- Manchester Bar Association - Member
- National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys - Member
- Tri-County Alliance of Realtors - Affiliate Member
- Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce - Member
- Residential and Commercial Real Estate
- Estate Planning and Probate Administration
- Business & Corporate
- Connecticut, 2002
- U.S. District Court, District of Connecticut, 2003
- Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce - former Executive Committee Member and Chair of Board of Directors
- Manchester Land Conservation Trust, Inc. - served as Legal Counsel
- Town of Manchester Board of Assessment Appeals - Member, Jan. 2005-Jan. 2009
- CALI awards in Land Finance and Transfer, Litigation in the Pretrial Phase and Criminal Procedure