Same Sex Family Law


Compassionate Representation for Sensitive Matters

While same-sex marriage was legalized in 2015, many matters of same-sex family law are still sensitive and uncertain subjects. This is especially true for couples who have been together for far longer than same-sex marriage has been legal. For example, you and your spouse may have accrued assets while living together before becoming legally married. In the event you decide to divorce, your assets may not be fairly split.

At The Law Office of Tracey Lane Russo, we are focused on protecting your rights during any divorce proceedings or other family law dispute. Whether you are facing a dissolution, a separation, or any other type of family law issue, we have the knowledge and experience to help you navigate even the most complex situation. Our firm is known for our ability to provide tailor-fit solutions for our clients.

Serving the Needs of LGBTQ+ Families

Before 2015, same-sex marriage was only legal in a few states and still remains against the law in many countries. As legislation and court rulings continue to change and give even more rights to LGBT couples, our firm is here to help you protect those rights. When navigating family law matters, you can rely on us to provide the knowledgeable and compassionate representation you deserve.

You can trust us to help you with all of the following matters:

  • Divorce

  • Separation

  • Alimony

  • Child support

  • Child custody

  • Modifications

  • Prenuptial agreements

Hire a Firm with Experience & Compassion

At The Law Office of Tracey Lane Russo, we strive to stay up to date with all of the latest laws pertaining to same-sex marriage and divorce. Our experienced and caring New Haven same-sex family law attorneys work tirelessly to protect the rights and interests of our clients at all times. That is why we have earned a reputation for providing trusted, personalized representation to our clients. If you want a big-firm value with a personal touch, our firm is prepared to support you.