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Family Law

At Penner Law Firm, our attorneys understand the personal and emotional nature of many family law matters. The stress and anxiety surrounding family law is only intensified by the complexities of the legal system through which individuals must maneuver to achieve their legal objectives.

Our attorneys understand the intricate inner-workings and nature of family law and are here to support and guide you throughout the process. Penner Law Firm is a family-friendly law firm helping people throughout Connecticut to find the best solutions to difficult problems. Our attorneys know that this is not an easy time in your life and understand that you may have questions about the road ahead. That is why our attorneys always do their best to answer questions, explain the process, and make sure that you have the information and guidance necessary to allow you to make informed legal decisions.

As family law attorneys, we provide our clients with thoughtful guidance, compassion, and skilled legal representation in matters such as:

  • Prenuptial and Antenuptial Agreements
  • Dissolution of Marriage or Civil Union
  • Legal Seperation
  • Child Custody and Child Guardianship*
  • Child Support
  • Spousal Support / Alimony and Cohabitation Support
  • Property Division / Division of Retirement Plans and Pensions
  • Post-Judgement Modifications
  • Parental Rights
  • Guardian Ad Litem Services

For questions about family law issues, contact an experienced lawyer at Penner Law Firm, LLC, for a free consultation about your unique situation.

*If you are facing a child custody or guardianship issue, you are strongly encouraged to contact an attorney as soon as possible. Child custody and guardianship laws are especially complex and difficult to navigate without legal guidance. Regardless of whether your goal is primary custody or joint custody, a skilled family law attorney will help you achieve the desired result. It is always best to work with an attorney whenever child custody or guardianship will be an issue.