WESTPORT, Conn. - The National Academy of Family Law Attorneys has selected Edward Nusbaum, co-founder and principal attorney at Westport-based Nusbaum & Parrino, as a Top 10 family law attorney in Connecticut.
Nusbaum lives in Weston.
The academy's primary goal is to help consumers select well-qualified professionals when legal representation is needed. Candidates must be licensed, in good standing with their local bar association and nominated by a licensed practicing attorney. In addition, each attorney must have achieved meaningful professional recognition and earned the respect of their clients and peers.
In the final stage of the academy's four-step selection process, the board of governors reviews the finalists and selects the official Top 10 award recipients from each state. The rankings are independent and free from commercial influence.
“We are proud of the objectivity and meticulousness of our selection process,” said Shannon Rich, executive director of the academy. “We know NAFLA is providing the public with a much needed independent resource to help ensure just representation for individuals needing a good family law attorney.”
The National Academy of Family Law Attorneys equips highly qualified family law attorneys with the most current continuing education opportunities and provides the public with the most accurate, up-to-date listings of qualified attorneys in their states.
For more information about NAFLA, visit its website at www.nafla.net.
Nusbaum & Parrino is a leading family law firm based in Westport, representing individuals with substantial assets in all areas of family law matters, including divorce, alimony, child support, property division and child custody. For additional information on Nusbaum & Parrino, visit its website at www.nusbaumparrino.com or call 203-226-8181.
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