Lady Divorce

I am Attorney Marissa Bigelli 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. I have 2 offices and handle cases statewide.  My main office is in Milford, 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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Marissa Bigelli

Marissa Bigelli is a divorce and family law attorney in Connecticut. Known as "Lady Divorce," she fights for her clients to get the best result possible for them. Call 203-301-4002 to speak to Lady Divorce today!

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How to Stop Your Divorce From Happening

Unhappy couple sitting silently after argument

In some cases, divorce is mutual. Both spouses recognize that their marriage is no longer working, and they seek divorce as a solution to this problem and the hope for happier days. However, in other cases, only one spouse wants a divorce, and the other is blindsided by divorce papers and decidedly against the divorce. If you feel that your marriage is still worth saving, and you want to try to stop the divorce that your spouse seems to want, there are a few steps that you can take.

  1. Remain calm. This is certainly not the time to overreact and start a fight. Don’t approach your spouse angrily or act petty about the divorce papers – this will only make your spouse defensive and more confident in his or her decision to file. Instead, try to talk rationally and calmly with your spouse. Sit down with him or her and ask why he or she has filed for a divorce.
  2. Genuinely listen. When you sit down with your spouse to talk about divorce, don’t be blinded by tunnel vision. You shouldn’t be thinking, “I have to make him see that this is the wrong decision” or, “I have to convince her that she is wrong”. Now is not the time to dismiss your spouse’s concerns and make the conversation about you and what you want. Consider the concerns that your spouse has about your marriage and accept the legitimate claims that he or she makes. Don’t diminish your spouse’s unhappiness or brush off what he or she says. You need to be completely engaged in this conversation so that you can communicate openly and honestly with your spouse.
  3. Take responsibility. Clearly, if your spouse has filed for divorce, there are issues in your marriage. Reflect on what you have done to contribute to these issues. Own up to your mistakes. At this time, you should validate your spouse’s feelings and concerns so that you can truly make positive changes in your marriage.
  4. Reflect on your conversation and your marriage. After a long talk with your spouse, you need to be honest with yourself about what you want now. Even if you were initially reluctant about getting a divorce, perhaps your discussion with your spouse made you see that the marriage is broken beyond repair. If this is the case, you should begin preparing for divorce. On the other hand, if you still want to work on your marriage, ask your spouse to revoke the divorce papers, at least temporarily. If your spouse is really set on the divorce papers, try to compromise. Say something like, “Please, let’s work on this for one month. If you still don’t see any changes, we can go ahead with the divorce”. Suggest marital counseling, spending quality time together just the two of you, and ways to bond as a family. These attempts are worth a shot if you want to try to save your marriage.

Saving your marriage will depend largely on your spouse. If he or she has given up on the marriage, you really can’t do anything to make it work. A marriage needs two people to be invested in the relationship, and if your spouse isn’t, it doesn’t matter how much you want the marriage to continue. If you find that divorce is inevitable, you should contact a divorce lawyer.