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Gerald A. Roisman

Julie A. Blanchard

Tracy D. Miller

Sharon A. Horbal

Brie M. Hadfield

Maureen H. Klapatch

Lindy S. Nolen

C. Michael Budlong


Of Counsel

Tel: 860.727.9900 x 16

B.A. Amherst College
J.D. University of Connecticut School of Law

Attorney Gerald A. Roisman was admitted to the Connecticut Bar in 1962. He was admitted to practice before the Federal Courts, i.e., District Court of Appeals, U.S. Supreme Court. Former Special Prosecutor for the 13th Circuit Court. Member of the Hartford County, Connecticut and American Bar Associations and their Family Law Sections. Fellow of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers (former national Vice President). Founding Member of the International Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers. Diplomate of American College of Family Trial Lawyers. Member of the Sports Lawyers Association. Selected as one of two original Special Masters in Connecticut’s Pilot Program to mediate contested family law cases and continued for over 35 years.

Former contributing writer to Connecticut Law Tribune and contributing editor to Connecticut Family Law Journal. Articles written include: "Quickie Divorce, The Dominican Process"; "The Divorce Lawyer, A Unique Specialist"; "Legal Ramifications of ‘Living Together’”; “Living Together – Alimony/Property Rights – Yes or No?" Also appeared on numerous radio and television programs as well as many other professional and public speaking appearances. Produced "DIVORCE" video.

Connecticut Super Lawyer ®, Selected from 2006 through 2012 for Family Law.