Hartford, Connecticut 06114
As a litigator for decades, I witnessed the destruction of families fighting courtroom battles and ultimately becoming unable to co-parent their children effectively. Adults divorce themselves -- not their children. I help divorce people from each other without damaging families.
Most people do not want, or need, a "War of the Roses". While not for everyone, a person seeking to end a marriage, should be aware that there are other options to litigation. Non-adversarial divorce present excellent alternatives,whether collaboration and mediation. A person seeking to end a marriage should be aware that there are other options to litigation. Especially now, with COVID closing courthouses, using the collaborative process or mediation allows divorcing parties to resolve their differences and move forward with a divorce; without ever entering a courthouse,
Professional ActivitiesConnecticut Bar Association Family Law Section (1974 to present) ~Connecticut Bar Association Family Law Section Executive Committee (1998 to present) ~Connecticut Council for Non-Adversarial Divorce (1990s to present) ~Connecticut Collaborative Divorce Group. (2004 to present); former co-president. ~Divorce Solutions of CT (2008 to present)
University of Connecticut, B.A. in 1968
University of Connecticut School of Law, J.D. in 1972
University of Connecticut National Moot Court, 1971