Practice Areas

Our comprehensive family law practice includes legal advice and representation for husbands and fathers in all matters of marriage and relationships, including marriage dissolution and divorce proceedings.

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We handle all aspects of the divorce process, including issues related to child support, child custody and visitation, as well as distribution of assets and spousal support (alimony).

We urge husbands who suspect that their marriage is headed for dissolution to consult an attorney immediately, before any divorce papers are filed. Preparation and planning are the best tools we have to level the family law playing field.

We assist dads with child custody and visitation matters guided by the principles that fathers are equally capable at parenting and shared parenting is in the best interests of the children.

We offer legal assistance in obtaining paternity tests to prove or disprove fatherhood, particularly for those facing child support issues. We will refer you to a reliable DNA testing facility and provide you with the legal representation needed to establish valid paternity findings and prevent paternity fraud.

Our practice is dedicated to defending men’s civil rights so we understand the gender inequities that can often surface in family violence matters – and we are committed to ensuring that the process is fair and just.

Connecticut child support guidelines calculations are complex and can often be skewed by state agencies to favor the custodial parent or the state. We have the latest computer tools to calculate accurate child support figures.

Our approach to alimony is guided by the belief that both parties have an obligation to support themselves individually and to provide for their children equally.

We provide legal representation related to post-judgment modifications, including those related to child custody, visitation, child support and spousal support (alimony) orders.

We can help prevent disastrous divorces by drafting enforceable prenuptial agreements. A prenup spells out who gets what in the all too likely event of a divorce.