Civil Union Dissolutions in Connecticut
Although the same Connecticut laws that apply to divorce also apply to civil union dissolutions, this is still an ever-evolving area of the law with many questions yet to be answered and laws that can be dramatically different from state to state.
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At D'Amico, Griffin and Pettinicchi, LLC, attorney Tom Pettinicchi and the rest of our legal team have kept pace with the developments in this area of the law and can help you to navigate the civil union dissolution process. Whatever your situation or concerns, you can count on our legal team for professionalism, respectfulness and support from start to finish.
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A good divorce lawyer should have compassion, patience, perseverance, intelligence and a desire to help people. Our firm can offer you all of those qualities and more.
To start with, we know that generally speaking — the best help we can provide you with is to keep you out of court. Trials are expensive. They are emotionally draining and damaging. They are time-consuming. Their results are never certain.
Our civil unions attorney works to resolve dissolution issues outside of court whenever possible. An effective negotiator, a respected neutral mediator (Special Master) and a proven consensus-builder — attorney Pettinicchi has the tools that can help you and your partner to find common ground and to shape your own future rather than leaving it all up to a judge.
That said, we know that reasonable compromises cannot be reached in every situation. In these cases, you can rely on Mr. Pettinicchi to aggressively protect your interests in court.
For answers to other questions you have about civil union dissolutions in Connecticut and experienced legal help — contact Tom Pettinicchi at D'Amico, Griffin & Pettinicchi, LLC, today.
From our offices in Watertown, Connecticut, we represent clients in various locales within the State of Connecticut.