Providence College (B.S. magna cum laude 1998); University of Connecticut School of Law (J.D. 2002)
Attorney Tycz is a founding partner of Arch Law Group, LLP and was the managing partner of one of its predecessor firms, Howard McMillan & Tycz. His practice includes business law, real estate, estate planning, probate and estate administration, land use, zoning and municipal law. He has successfully litigated cases in the Connecticut Superior Court and appeals before the Connecticut Supreme Court. He is the Town Attorney for the Town of Killingworth. He was the elected President of the Middlesex County Bar Association in 2018-2019. He is a member of the Board of Directors of the Middlesex County Chamber of Commerce and has served on its Strategic Planning Committee.
Attorney Tycz regularly represents businesses and non-profits in complex contract, financing and real estate transactions. He has represented numerous banks, municipal agencies and local institutions. He has been approved to provide real estate title services to the U.S. Department of the Interior’s Fish and Wildlife Service, which involves heightened standards for title examination and for which he has assisted in the acquisition of hundreds of acres of conservation land in Connecticut. He has also represented thousands of individuals with their most important life events and legal needs.
Attorney Tycz was born in Middletown and proudly attended Middletown public schools and Xavier High School. He is a graduate of Providence College, where he received a B.S. in Accounting, magna cum laude, was a member of the Tau Pi Phi Honorary Society, and was awarded the Hospital Trust National Bank Award for Business Accounting. He studied abroad at the University of Glasgow, Scotland. Upon graduating, he lived in Haiti for a year as a volunteer for a nonprofit organization.
Attorney Tycz obtained his juris doctor degree from the University of Connecticut School of Law where he earned positions on the Moot Court Board and the Insurance Law Journal. He attended the Legal Studies program at the University of Leyden, Holland, where he studied a comparative survey of the world’s seven major legal systems.
Attorney Tycz was admitted to the Connecticut Bar in 2002. He was selected to be a Legal Research Clerk for the Judges of the Connecticut Superior Court. In that role, he worked with numerous State Judges and provided legal research for civil litigation matters.
Attorney Tycz resides in Cromwell with his wife and three daughters.