Dedicated Connecticut Divorce Attorneys
Advocating for your family
When experiencing the heartbreak of divorce, you want a competent, assertive attorney by your side to advocate for your rights and protect your family. For more than 60 years,
Lynch, Trembicki and Boynton has helped families understand their legal options and guided them toward solid solutions. Our dedicated team of attorneys can help you with all
aspects of your divorce, including:
- Child custody
- Child visitation
- Child support
- Spousal support
- Modification of child support
- Property division
For any parent, child custody is the most heart-wrenching aspect of divorce. Our attorneys advocate for your parental rights so you can raise your children in a fit, caring home.
If you are the noncustodial parent, divorce should not force you to miss the important milestones in your children’s lives. Our attorneys ensure you are given the opportunity to
spend the quality time with your children required to encourage their strong growth and development.
Both parents share in the responsibility of raising children. Our attorneys uphold your children’s right to receive the financial support required for a healthy, happy upbringing,
while ensuring that the financial burden is divided fairly between both parents.
Getting divorced is difficult, but it should not lead to a financial crisis. Our attorneys help establish fair and equitable spousal support, allowing you to continue to live as
comfortably as before your marriage ended.
Our attorneys understand the unique role science plays in child custody, child visitation and child support cases. A positive result can help you prove your fatherhood so you can
reunite with your biological children and affirm your claim to custody and visitation. A paternity test can conclusively prove you are not the father of a child so you can avoid a
lifetime of unfairly paying child support. If you are a mother seeking child support, we guide you through the complex court proceedings to legitimize an unwilling father.
Modification of child support
Sometimes the unexpected happens — a lost job or a sudden injury — yet you remain obligated to pay child support despite your changed financial circumstances. In other cases, your
former spouse receives a huge financial windfall or promotion, which should contribute toward your children’s upbringing. Our attorneys can successfully obtain a modification of
your child support order so your children’s financial support is more fairly shared between you and your former spouse.
Through mediation or litigation, we seek to obtain the best possible settlement or judgment for our clients, including fair distribution of assets, equitable allocation of martial
debts and division of the marital home.
Contact experienced divorce attorneys who you can trust
Call Lynch, Trembicki and Boynton at 203.878.4669 or contact us online to schedule your free consultation.
The law office of Lynch, Trembicki and Boynton is located in Milford, CT and serves clients throughout Fairfield and New Haven counties.