Experienced Breach of Contract Attorney
Serving the Greenwich & Stamford, CT Area

When a dispute arises over a broken contract in Greenwich, Stamford, CT or a surrounding area, count on litigation attorney Nicholas Adamucci to resolve the issue. Whether you’ve been accused of breaching a contract or want to enforce your contract rights, he can help you understand your options and guide you through this complex process.

How a Family Law Attorney Can Help With Your Breach of Contract Case

In the process of getting your divorce, you and your former spouse might have made an agreement – also known as a marital settlement agreement – to describe the specific terms of your separation. Your marital settlement agreement or divorce decree outlines terms such as property division, child custody, child support, and alimony, among others. This describes the detailed conditions that both spouses have agreed to abide by going forward. A marital settlement agreement is a contract, and you have the right to enforce it if your former spouse breaches it, just like any other contract.

If your ex-spouse is not complying with the terms of your agreement, especially as it relates to alimony or child support, you have the right to seek justice and restitution. As a family law attorney and breach of contract attorney, Adamucci, LLC is uniquely suited to help you in such matters. We have helped clients from throughout the Greenwich and Stamford, CT area pursue justice for breached contracts regarding divorce settlements and related matters of family law. Contact our office to schedule a consultation!

Contact Litigation Attorney Nicholas Adamucci Today

Mr. Adamucci focuses on cost-effective representation and will attempt to negotiate a reasonable solution to your breach of contract claim in the Greenwich and Stamford, CT area. If a negotiation isn’t possible, he’ll fight to protect your rights in court. Our experienced litigation attorney will provide the aggressive, outcome-oriented legal representation necessary to help you overcome whatever contract dispute you’re facing.