Divorce is a life-altering event. It can shake up your finances, it changes your living situation, and it can even threaten how much involvement you have in your children’s lives.
During this chaotic process, you need a partner you can rely on to help you navigate the various legal hurdles that come your way. Our Hartford, Conn., attorneys provide the legal support men need in and out of the courtroom. They’re available to answer any questions you have and will work their hardest to preserve what is most important to you as you move on to the next chapter of your life.
Divorce Attorneys Dedicated to Helping Men
The choices you make during divorce will likely impact the rest of your life. Our Hartford attorneys will work with you to come up with tangible goals and make sure you understand the potential ramifications of your decisions.
We know how stressful this time of your life is and are committed to doing everything we can to protect your rights and make sure your perspective is fairly represented in court.
Advocates For Dad’s Rights and Fathers’ Rights
Cordell & Cordell was founded in 1990 by Joseph E. Cordell and his wife, Yvonne, with the goal of leveling the playing field for men in family law. Since then, the firm has expanded into one of the largest family law firms serving men in the world with more than 100 offices across the United States and United Kingdom.
Despite battling a system that often works against them, Cordell & Cordell has risen to establish itself as a partner men can count on.
Directions: Cordell & Cordell’s Hartford office is located across the street from the Bank of America Building.
Entrance to the parking garage is on Trumbull St. to the right of Trumbull Kitchen.
Hartford Client Testimonials
“Phyllis is very good and she has been dealing with my case for a while. She is extremely efficient. She’s awesome all while keeping my cost down.”
“At this point, everything is as good as it can be. For the first time, I feel as though I have a strong backbone. Phyllis has been better than I anticipated.”
“I never felt as though I was being mislead or forgotten about.”