Dedicated to Matrimonial and Family Law... Dedicated to You

With over 100 years combined family law experience, our team of committed and compassionate attorneys is ready to help you through a challenging time


Seek Guidance as You Navigate the Legal System

Consult an experienced family law & divorce attorney in Fairfield County, Connecticut

Navigating the legal system is never easy. If you are involved in a divorce or other family law dispute, emotions can make the process even more difficult. An experienced family law attorney can help you make informed decisions during a challenging time.

Siegel, Colin & Kaufman, P.C. is a boutique matrimonial and family law firm offering client-centered representation to clients throughout Fairfield County, including but not limited to Greenwich, Darien, New Canaan, Westport, Norwalk, Easton, Weston, Fairfield, Ridgefield and Danbury, as well as New Haven, Hartford and Litchfield counties in appropriate cases.

We offer client-centered representation for those who are facing sophisticated and complex divorce and family law issues in Connecticut. Our philosophy is that it is not our job to tell you what you want to hear; rather, it is to listen carefully to what you need from us, to advise you accordingly and then to zealously, effectively and efficiently pursue your desired result.

Our team of seasoned attorneys focuses exclusively on family law and divorce, setting us apart from other Fairfield County firms. Our attorneys have more than 100 combined years of experience in this sometimes contentious field of law. We apply our attention to detail and well-honed skills to the goal of achieving results tailored to your personal needs.

Safeguard your future: Take the first step and schedule a confidential appointment with our firm today.

Confidence and Experience Handling Complex Cases

Every divorce and family law case is unique - as are each of our clients. We use our experience representing a diversity of clients in a wide range of matters to evaluate each case individually - that way we can determine the best possible approach for your circumstances. Some cases will require aggressive litigation. Others will be amicably resolved with a cooperative approach. Our attorneys are also well-versed in several Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) methods, including mediation, arbitration, and collaborative divorce. Whether you are involved with a contentious child custody case or a divorce involving multiple properties, investments or business interests, our respected attorneys are ready to help you to expeditiously and cost-effectively achieve the best possible outcome.

Attorney Fred Siegel is also a certified divorce mediator with the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers and he stands ready to mediate your family law disputes virtually or in person.

When clients need to hire a divorce and family attorney, they turn to us because we're...

Reputable. We're well-known in the Stamford, CT community for our team of confident divorce attorneys.
Experienced. Our six family law attorneys have more than 100 years of combined experience.
Dedicated. When you hire us, we'll work endlessly to advocate for you in and out of court.
Compassionate. We know that divorce and family cases are not just numbers on a page. We strive to shepherd our clients through what is often the most difficult time in their lives

News & Articles

Attorney Freda K. Roberts Joins Siegel, Colin & Kaufman

STAMFORD, CT, Feb. 6, 2024 – Freda K. Roberts has joined the law firm of Siegel, Colin & Kaufman, PC.   Atty. Roberts's practice encompasses issues surrounding divorce and family law, including such areas as dissolution of...

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By Thomas D. Colin, SCK partner and Former Family Court Judge   A divorcing spouse’s interest in a trust can impact the outcome of some Connecticut divorce cases. As a divorce attorney who handles many high net-worth clients and a...

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Will My Business Survive My Divorce?

    By Thomas D. Colin,  SCK partner and Former Family Court Judge  What happens to a spouse’s business in a divorce?  Does the spouse of the business owner get a piece of it?  Will the court force...

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