Mission And History Of AAML

The American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers (AAML) was founded with the stated purpose, “to encourage the study, improve the practice, elevate the standards and advance the cause of matrimonial law, to the end that the welfare of the family and society be protected.”  Since then, the AAML has grown to encompass chapters in all 50 states and 1,600 individual members, known as Fellows.   

Academy Fellow are leading practitioners in the field of family law. Fellows are recognized by their peers and judges as preeminent family law attorneys with excellent knowledge and skill. Over their careers in family law, each Fellow has earned a reputation as being professional, competent, and having the highest integrity. Fellows have expertise in divorce matters, prenuptial and postnuptial agreements, annulments, property valuation and division, alimony, child support, visitation, and child custody.  Fellows are competent to handle the most complex of family law matters.  

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By joining the Connecticut Chapter of the AAML, you are opening the door to myriad opportunities. You will have access to excellent seminars and networking events in addition to having the ability to give back to the field. If you are interested in applying to the Connecticut Chapter of the Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers, please contact any of our members.

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CCAAML provides Connecticut’s premier family law educational programs and is looking forward to hosting their Biennial Seminar in May of 2023. The Academy and its local Chapters join other leading organizations to host seminars around the country with renowned experts in the field of family law.

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We provide unique resources for our members that further their own practicing of matrimonial law. By joining up with other accomplished attorneys, you will have access to their knowledge and experiences in addition to the curated resources that our organization provides. Overall, everything you have access to ensures the advancement of family law.

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