BRODER & ORLAND LLC was recognized in the Feb/Mar issue of the Connecticut Lawyer Magazine for our contributions to the Young Lawyers Association Horn of Plenty Drive in which we participated in November 2012.
BRODER & ORLAND LLC is a highly regarded boutique family and matrimonial law firm concentrating on all divorce related matters including child custody and relocation cases, alimony and child support, property distribution, business valuation, prenuptial and postnuptial agreements and post judgment enforcement issues. The firm represents a range of clients including those involved in sophisticated, complex and high net worth cases. It also provides mediation services and accepts appointments as private Special Masters.
BRODER & ORLAND LLC is dedicated to providing its clients with experienced, meticulous and exceptionally attentive representation and is guided by the highest ethical principles at all times. The firm personalizes its approach in every case depending on each client’s situation, ranging from mediation to trial. In cases involving children, the firm is committed to making their best interests of paramount importance. The firm’s team approach amongst its seven lawyers has been widely applauded by its clients and the professionals with whom it works… Attorney Broder currently serves as Vice President of the Fairfield Bar Association and President of the Fairfield County Bar Foundation. Both Attorneys Broder and Orland serve as Special Masters in the Family Division of the Stamford and Bridgeport Superior Courts.
Eric J. Broder, a lawyer from Fairfield, has been elected president of the Fairfield County Bar Association. Broder, having practiced law for 17 years, is a founding member of Westport law firm BRODER & ORLAND LLC .
Broder is an AV Preeminent lawyer as rated by Martindale-Hubbell, the highest possible rating in both legal ability and ethical standard, according to an association news release. He practices in the area of divorce and family law and has served as a co-chairman of the association’s Family Law Section.
He is also the immediate past president of the Fairfield County Bar Foundation, the association’s charitable arm.
Broder also acts as a special master in the family division of the Stamford and Bridgeport Superior Courts. He has lectured on numerous occasions to attorneys, accountants, financial analysts, mediators, therapists, paralegals and the general public on many aspects of family law, the release states.