Perhaps you have decided to file for divorce and you are not communicating well with your husband or wife. Or your spouse has begun a Connecticut divorce action. The outcome of your case will determine the legal rights and obligations of you and your spouse, with respect to each other, from this point forward. Many aspects of a final judgment cannot be modified, or can be modified only if certain conditions are met, so it is important to obtain legal representation as early in the case as possible.
The potential issues in any marital dissolution case include property distribution, child custody, child support, and, sometimes, alimony or spousal support. All of these may not be at issue in every case, and much depends on the goals of each spouse. Although every case is as unique as the people involved, our experience is that there are usually a few major issues to be resolved in each case. We have a great deal of experience and a consistent track record of resolving them. Our goal is to obtain the best resolution possible for each divorce client. The key to achieving an optimal resolution is to be prepared to try the case if necessary. With extensive courtroom experience, we are prepared to assist you.
Please contact us at your convenience to discuss your situation.