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The Prince Law Group, LLC

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1 Atlantic St.7th FloorStamford, CT, 06901 -2482
Phones: 203-977-3700
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If you are facing the prospect of divorce we can help you. You shouldn't go through the divorce process without the proper legal guidance to make informed decisions about your future. With over 20 years of combined experience, attorneys at The Prince Law Group, LLC, in Stamford, Connecticut, have helped numerous clients with divorce, mediation, asset division, custody and visitation and a multitude of other family law issues.

The cornerstone of our work is built upon the idea that...

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If you are facing the prospect of divorce we can help you. You shouldn't go through the divorce process without the proper legal guidance to make informed decisions about your future. With over 20 years of combined experience, attorneys at The Prince Law Group, LLC, in Stamford, Connecticut, have helped numerous clients with divorce, mediation, asset division, custody and visitation and a multitude of other family law issues.

The cornerstone of our work is built upon the idea that divorce is a difficult process but education concerning life changing choices is power. This guiding principle means that we will always take the time to study your case and thoroughly explain your options. We always want our clients to feel empowered and knowledgeable as they make the difficult decisions that will affect their futures.

We will always offer candid, helpful advice, meaning clients can rest assured knowing that we will aggressively represent their interests and explore all possible options, including mediation and collaboration for a cooperative divorce. Clearly cooperative divorce isn't a viable option for everyone, but an economical and respectful process to achieve a divorce. Our firm also handles complex divorce litigation; including the valuation of businesses, vested, unvested, and restricted stocks options, and high-value asset division.

Regardless of your individual needs, our staff will always strive to be accommodating by offering appointments during normal business hours and evening appointments by request. Our office is conveniently located in downtown Stamford at the corner of Atlantic and Broad Streets, within walking distance from the Stamford Metro North Station. Free valet parking is available at the nearby Marriott Courtyard Hotel.

Speak directly to us by calling The Prince Law Group, LLC, at 203-977-3700 right away.

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Spanish
Practice Areas
Divorce
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Prince, Wendy E. (Senior Partner) Reed, Lindsay T. (Associate Attorney)
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1 Atlantic St.
7th Floor
Stamford, CT 06901-2482
Phone
203-977-3700
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