Bruce S. Gordon Your Family Lawyer, LLC

Firm Overview

For All Your Family's Legal Needs
Attorney Gordon practices Family Law, Divorce, Custody, Probate, Real Estate, Family Business and Workers Compensation.

Main Office
Bruce S Gordon
2425 Post Road, Suite 202
Southport  CT  06890-1267
  • (203) 259-1100
  • (203) 259-1102

Bruce S. Gordon

Sure, I have the list of accomplishments and involvement with committees and charities that go along with being involved in my community. A life long Connecticut Yankee, I watch the changes taking place daily in the law and society, always asking "What does this mean for my clients?"

Whether its a change in Support, Trusts and Estates, Firearms Regulations, new statutes such as the Stalking Statute or how the courts are viewing issues. My focus is on how does that affect what my clients are going through right now, and how can they better prepare for changes in the future.

We don't do work just to charge for it. Of course we expect to get paid for work we do. We advise clients about expenses so they may make an informed choice about how to proceed. Whether it is the person who wants a trust but has no reason for one other than having heard it can be helpful, to the person who didn't know a trust can prevent loss of assets to a child not yet ready to assume control, we see each person as unique. Two very similar events will trigger different needs for different people. The current issues has to be looked at with a knowledge of each person's goals, means of dealing with problems, and understanding of all this and the legal system.
  • Quninnipiac School of Law
    Juris Doctor , 1994
  • University of Connecticut
    Chemistry - Bachelor in Science

Bruce S. Gordon

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