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Bridgeport Family Law Firm
• Initiating claims against priests and teachers who have committed sexual abuse
• Securing verdicts and settlements in our clients' favor
• Restoring the physical, emotional and financial losses our clients suffer
Our law office serves clients across the state, including those in Hartford, New London, Bridgeport, Stamford, New Haven and Shelton, as well as throughout Windham, New Haven and Fairfield counties. Each case begins with a free initial consultation and ends when our clients are satisfied with the job we have done.
As a nationally recognized firm, we are fearsome opposition in any legal setting. Our team knows how to collaborate with experts and other professionals to build a compelling case. At the same time, we have the ability to offer personalized representation to our clients. We customize every strategy we develop to meet their needs and target their goals.
No matter the details of a case, our attorneys approach each issue with the same resolve and tenacity to reach justice. TJC ESQ also has a location in Rhode Island where we handle family law cases. Our law office accepts credit cards.
About TJC • ESQ
- Family Law
1000 Lafayette Blvd.Suite 1100 Bridgeport, CT 06604
Offers Free Initial Consultation
Accepts Credit Cards
TJC • ESQ 83 Wooster Heights Rd. Suite 125 Danbury, CT 06810 401-216-4414
TJC • ESQ 100 Pearl Street 14th Floor Hartford, CT 06103 401-216-4414
TJC • ESQ 100 Beard Saw Mill Road Suite 630 Shelton, CT 06484 401-216-4414
TJC • ESQ 263 Tresser Blvd 9th Floor Stamford, CT 06901 401-216-4414
TJC.ESQ (Main Office) The Turk's Head Building 76 Westminster St Suite 420 Providence, RI 02903 401-216-4414
Lawyers at TJC • ESQ nominated to a Super Lawyers® list
- Conlon, Timothy J. On a Super Lawyers® List
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