I am Lady Divorce, and I concentrate my practice on Divorce and represent both men and women in Connecticut.

I am a Connecticut divorce attorney who represents people who wish to end their marriage. My main office is in Shelton, Connecticut, which makes it convenient to handle cases in both the Fairfield and New Haven Judicial Districts. I also have an office in the greater Hartford area.

If you or a family member is dealing with a divorce, you need a lawyer who can advocate for you, can deal with the legal proceedings and protect your legal and financial interests.  I will be that attorney.

I handle cases:

  • With contested child custody
  • With cheating spouses
  • For stay at home moms
  • As guardian for minor children in divorces
  • If you have been served or wish to start the process


My clients are normal everyday people who, just like you, find themselves going through the end of their marriage. I make sure the system and the lawyers treat you with the dignity you deserve.

Hope is not a strategy.  Call me today to get peace of mind knowing you have a trained Connecticut Divorce lawyer on your side.

You can sleep easy tonight with LadyDivorce on your side!

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Recent Blog Post

How To Tell Your Loved Ones That You’re Getting A Divorce

iStock_000015938234_SmallHaving big news can be awkward. Whether good or bad, any life-changing event can be hard to bring up in conversation. “Would you like sugar in your coffee? By the way, I just got a job in Spain, I’m moving next month”. “I’m getting a divorce. Boy, some weather we’ve been having, huh?” It’s just hard to work these monumental events into everyday conversations. If you and your spouse have decided to get a divorce, and you’re struggling with how to tell the important people in your life, this article can help. Given your individual situation, these tips might not be right for you, but this is a good place to start when trying to figure out how to tell your loved ones about your divorce.

  • Prepare what you are going to say. Your announcement doesn’t have to be memorized, but you should think about what you want to say and how you want to say it.
  • Accept that there is no good time to make the announcement. Telling people that you are getting a divorce will probably always be a little awkward. Just come out and say that you are getting a divorce instead of trying to build up to it. Then, once the news is out, you can begin explaining why.
  • Spare people the details. Of course you need someone to confide in at this time, but sharing all of the intimate details of your divorce with close family members such as your parents or grandparents will probably just hurt them more than anything. Pick a friend or family member that you are very close to to confide in, but especially when it comes to your parents and grandparents, you might want to be selective in what details you want to give.
  • Try to remain platonic. If possible, try to show your friends and family members that you don’t expect them to take sides in the divorce. Simply explain that you would appreciate their support, but make it clear that your ex isn’t an enemy.
  • Tell your boss. You will probably have to take some time off from work to go to court or deal with divorce-related issues. You should therefore be upfront about the situation with your boss. If you don’t want the office to know, ask your boss to keep the information private.
  • You don’t have to make an announcement on social media. When it comes to social media, do what feels comfortable. You can make an announcement if you’re looking for an easy way to let acquaintances know about the divorce, but don’t feel pressured to do this. If you want to be subtle about the divorce on social media, you can hide your relationship status on Facebook and discreetly change your name back to your maiden name (if necessary).
  • Do what feels comfortable for you. All of these tips are merely suggestions. Make sure that you do what is right for you and your spouse and that you feel comfortable with how you are handling the situation.

Telling people that you are getting a divorce can be difficult, but it doesn’t have to be a nightmare. These tips can help you have this conversation with your loved ones. If you have a tip on telling loved ones about a divorce, please drop a line in the comment section!