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Family Law: George A. Reilly
Family Law with George A. Reilly
The team at Rucci Law Group provides the experience and the sensitivity needed to represent spouses, parents and children, ensuring that each family law matter is handled with care. The attorneys’ goal is to settle each case to the satisfaction of the party represented whether through the traditional litigation approach or by employing the collaborative divorce model.
- Premarital Agreements
- Postnuptial Agreements
- Division of Marital Assets
- Alimony/Spousal Support
- Child Custody and Parenting Responsibility
- Child Support
- Educational Support
- Paternity and Visitation
- Grandparents Rights
- Collaborative Divorce
- Divorce Modifications
- Legal Separation
About George A. Reilly
George Reilly has nearly 35 years of experience as an attorney. As a family law practitioner at several area law firms, he has focused on helping families resolve matrimonial and child custody and support issues. He has special training and expertise in the Collaborative Divorce model, which is an internationally recognized alternative to traditional litigation. George is also well-versed in a wide variety of other legal practice areas including real estate and land use, estate planning and administration, and business law.
The bride and groom (and often parents and grandparents) may wish to settle many aspects of their financial affairs between them before they are married. The parties may agree on the treatment of property owned at the time of the marriage by each party, property that may be inherited during the marriage, gifts received, joint property purchased during the marriage and income that will be earned during the marriage. The parties can also make plans for their interests in each other’s estates. There are many other issues which can be addressed in a prenuptial agreement to avoid stressful decisions in the parties’ marriage.
In a relatively recent development in Connecticut law, postnuptial agreements between married couples are clearly enforceable as long as certain disclosure requirements are satisfied. Such agreements can resolve the same issues as premarital agreements and other issues that may arise during the marriage over concerns about property interests and estates, among many other issues.
George A. Reilly
Attorney and Member of the Firm
George has extensive nonprofit experience, having served on the boards of the Darien United Way, The Center for Hope in Darien, Family Centers in Greenwich, King School in Stamford and the Darien Kiwanis Club. He currently sits on the board of the Norwalk Community College Foundation.
A native of Darien along with his wife, Lynn Oakford Reilly, George raised his three sons in Darien and he has been an active volunteer in town government. He served on Darien’s Charter Revision Commission, as a town Selectman, chaired the Police Headquarters Building Committee and served for nearly a dozen years on the Board of Education.