Torrington Lawyers Helping Reach Property Division Agreements

Protecting Your Rights And Interests

The property settlement you receive when your divorce is finalized will comprise a major part of your finances for some time to come. It is essential that your rights and interests are protected during the property division process.

Attorney Steven H. Levy has more than 30 years of experience in family law and divorce matters. Attorney Levy works diligently to achieve fair property settlements for his clients in settlement negotiations, through mediation and collaborative law, and when necessary, in divorce litigation. Steven H. Levy is committed to obtaining favorable results for every client.

Dividing Marital Property

During the divorce process, marital property must be identified, valued and divided. Steven H. Levy has extensive experience in this aspect of family law, and supplements his work with that of experts such as appraisers, accountants and other specialists. Mr. Levy will make full use of his knowledge and experience to protect your rights and property.

Experienced In Complex Property Division Cases

While our law firm serves clients from all walks of life, we do have experience in divorce cases involving complex property issues. Torrington property division attorney Steven H. Levy is prepared to represent clients in property division cases involving ownership of businesses, ownership of professional practices and other complex property issues. Depending on the circumstances of the case, Mr. Levy can draw upon the knowledge of specialists in appropriate disciplines such as business valuation specialists and tax accountants. Whatever the nature of your situation, you can depend on The Law Offices of Conti & Levy to protect your rights and interests at all times.

Contact Us For A Free Consultation With A Lawyer

Call The Law Offices of Conti & Levy at 860-866-4637 or contact us online to learn more about dividing marital assets. We represent clients in Litchfield County and throughout northwest Connecticut.