David E. Wyskiel, Esq. is a Principal of the law firm of Solomon, Krupnikoff &Wyskiel, P.C., joining the firm in 1981 after receiving his Juris Doctor Degree from Boston University School of Law in 1981. He received his B.A. Degree in Economics cum laude in 1978 from Middlebury College, Vermont. In 1981 he was admitted to both the Connecticut Bar and the United States District Court for the District of Connecticut. He is a member of the Connecticut Bar Association (Business Law, Elder Law, Estates and Probate, and Real Property Sections).
Attorney Wyskiel volunteers in the Meriden community in a number of positions. He currently serves on the Ethics Committee for The Bradley Home, a residential and skilled nursing facility in Meriden, where he served as a member of the Board of Directors for 9 years and as Chairman of the Board of Directors from 2009-2011. He is a Chairman of the Finance Council of Our Lady Queen of Angels Church in Meriden. He is a Past President and currently serving as a Director of the Meriden Kiwanis Club. He acts as Parliamentarian to the New England and Bermuda District of Kiwanis. He is also Secretary of New England Magicians Conference, Inc. and Past President of Assembly 127 of the Society of American Magicians.
Attorney Wyskiel is also a past President of the United Way of Meriden & Wallingford, Inc., where he served many years as a Director.
Attorney Wyskiel has lectured to various groups about estate planning, including the MidState Medical Center Auxiliary, Meriden Chamber of Commerce, United Way, Holy Angels Church and St. Stanislaus Church. He was a co-presenter of “Top Estate Planning Techniques”, a seminar hosted by the National Business Institute, and he authored the section on Advance Medical Directives and Decision-Making. He was also a co-presenter of “Estate Planning Basics”, another seminar hosted by the National Business Institute.
Attorney Wyskiel primarily practices in the areas of Business Law, Commercial Law, Real Property Law, Elder Law, Estate Planning, Probate, and Commercial and Consumer Collection.