Erika Dziuba Kaleba, Paralegal and Office Manager

Hamden Attorney Shore

Erika Dziuba Kaleba began as a paralegal at Wolf & Shore, LLC in 2013.  Erika is the Office Manager, and oversees office operations while also maintaining client files.  Erika is a graduate of Branford Hall Career Institute in Branford, Connecticut where she obtained her paralegal certificate in 2012.   Erika also previously worked at a small family law firm in New Haven County before obtaining her position with Wolf & Shore, LLC.   In addition to advancing her career within law firms, Erika seeks out educational opportunities, and has taken various family law, residential closing, and employment law training seminars offered by the Connecticut Bar Association. Erika is a paralegal member of the Connecticut Bar Association.  Erika also obtained her guardian ad litem certificate through the Connecticut Commission on Child Protection.  In her free time, Erika enjoys spending time with her family, and her dog Stanley.

Erika has participated in the following Continuing Learning Education semiars:

  1. CHRO
  2. Family Law A-Z Seminar
  3. Alta’s Best Practices
  4. Debunking Myths: Public Accessibility of Juvenile Delinquency Records
  5. Overview of Residential Closings
  6. UCCJEA (Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction and Enforcement Act) and UIFSA (Uniform Interstate Family Support Act)
  7. HIPAA- Keeping Clients Safe
  8. New HUD Combined Disclosure
  9. E-Filing
  10. Rocket Matter- IOS Security
  11. Nuts & Bolts CLE: Overview of Residential Real Estate
  12. The Essentials of Residential Real Estate Closings
  13. Real Estate for Paralegals
  14. CDF Procedure
  15. Residential Real Estate Closings, Essentials of Practice and an Overview of the New Rules
  16. Softpro
  17. TILA/RESPA Rules
  18. TRID Post-Implementation Challenges
  19. Title Search: What You Need to Do
  20. The uniform POA Act & the Real Estate Practitioner
  21. A Paralegal’s Guide to Drafting Deeds