Tara understands that clients are going through some of the most difficult transitions in their lives. Therefore, her primary focus is on assisting clients through the stresses and difficulties of their legal disputes, while ensuring the best possible resolution. Tara is compassionate, understanding and patient, giving each case the individualized attention it needs.
Since 2011, Tara has concentrated her practice in complex divorce and family matters, including matters involving significant assets, complex compensation structures, post judgment modifications and enforcement, alimony terminations and parenting and custody issues. Tara has further dedicated much of her practice to divorce and family law appeals in both the Connecticut Appellate and Supreme Courts. Tara has been involved in some of the more notable cases coming out of the Connecticut Appellate and Supreme Court in recent years.
While Tara's experience speaks for itself, it's her compassion and understanding that sets her apart. Tara cares about her client's welfare and the welfare of their children and will provide you frank and honest advice.
Tara is a member of the Fairfield County Bar Association, American Bar Association and the Connecticut Bar Association. She is admitted to practice in Connecticut and New Jersey.
Tara is a volunteer in the Stamford Superior Court to provide legal assistance to self-represented family law litigants through the Volunteer Attorney Program. She previously served on the executive committee of the Connecticut Bar Association/Young Lawyers Section as a co-chair of the Child Welfare and Juvenile Justice Committee from 2013 – 2016 and on the Fairfield County Bar Association's "Women and the Law” and "Appellate Law" committees.