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Mariani Reck Lane, LLC | Attorneys at Law
The law firm of Mariani Reck Lane is committed to providing superior legal representation. Our attorneys are experienced in handling personal injury cases, including auto collisions, fall downs, dog bites, defective products and wrongful death.
In family law, we have been repeatedly selected and listed among the "Best Lawyers in America," "Connecticut Super Lawyers," and "Best Lawyers in the New York City Area and in the New England Area." We handle every aspect of divorce including child custody and support cases, alimony, allocation of business valuations in divorce, collaborative divorce and divorce mediation.
We hold a peer review rating through Martindale Hubbell of "Very High Legal Ability and Ethical Standards." We have substantial legal and trial experience and we are tough without causing unnecessary litigation.
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June 17, 2016
Common Mistakes in Evaluating Assets and Debt
Divorce proceedings can be both mentally and emotionally taxing. Even an amicable divorce can lead to stress. The amount of paperwork that must be sorted through can be overwhelming. Unfortunately, that stress can lead to mistakes and overlooking details which can be critical to the equitable distribution of assets. More often than not, the values you present to your attorney of your assets and your debt are not quite as accurate as you think they are. Here are a few examples of how you might be overlooking the actual values of your assets and debts.
May 9, 2016
Attorney Llinda L. Mariani and Selina James, Office Manager/Bookkeeper Become Advisory Board Members of the Salvation Army
Members of The Salvation Army - New London, CT, and its Advisory Board members. (Special note, not all of the Advisory Board Members were able to come to this gathering, so some Members names are omitted).
April 20, 2016
Custody of Our Furry Family: When Pets are Involved in Divorce Litigation
Custody issues can typically be at the heart of most divorce hearings. Where the children live, who they can visit, who can make decisions on their behalf? These are all questions which need to be answered in order to determine the correct course of action in-line with the best interests of the child or children. That begs the question, does this same analysis apply for pets?
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