Adversarial litigation is the traditional process for resolving legal disputes. Because Attorney Soboslai has nearly ten years of experience working inside the Family Court and the Appellate Court combined with two decades in law practice, his experience in this traditional adversarial system is much more extensive than most lawyers.

Arbitration

Arbitration is an alternative form of litigation which occurs in a forum other than a Court. Our experience with arbitration and litigation is extensive.

Proven Results

The true test of a lawyer’s skill is in the results achieved. Throughout the past 30 years, Attorney Soboslai has consistently achieved positive outcomes for every client as the following reported cases illustrate.

Grayson v. Grayson

Supreme Court of Connecticut.202 Conn. 221 520 A.2d 225 (1987) (Counsel on appeal)

Schiavone v. Schiavone 

Appellate Court of Connecticut. 18 Conn. App. 825 559 A.2d 1192 (1989) (Counsel on appeal)

Hart v. Hart 

Appellate Court of Connecticut. 19 Conn. App. 91 561 A.2d 151 (1989) (Counsel on appeal)

Schacter v. Schacter

Supreme Court of Connecticut. 216 Conn. 805 577 A.2d 1063 (1990) (Counsel on appeal)

Jaser v. Jaser

Appellate Court of Connecticut. 37 Conn. App. 194 655 A.2d 790 (1995) (Counsel for child)

Bowles v. Bowles

Appellate Court of Connecticut. 44 Conn. App. 816 691 A.2d 35 (1997) (Counsel in trial court and on appeal)

Dietter v. Dietter

Appellate Court of Connecticut. 54 Conn. App. 481 737 A.2d 926 (199) (Counsel in trial court and on appeal)

Dornemann v. Dornemann

Superior Court of Connecticut, Judicial District of Stamford-Norwalk. 2004 WL 2094746 (Counsel in trial court)

Zirinsky v. Zirinsky 

Supreme Court of Connecticut. 273 Conn. 916 871 A.2d 372 (2005) (Counsel in trial court and on appeal)

Sosin v. Sosin

Superior Court of Connecticut, Judicial District of Fairfield. 2005 WL 1023016 (Counsel in trial court)

Cushman v. Cushman

Appellate Court of Connecticut. 93 Conn. App. 186 888 A.2d 156 (2006) (Counsel on appeal)

Danehy v. Danehy

Appellate Court of Connecticut. 118 Conn. App. 29 982 A.2d 273 (2009) (Counsel on appeal)

Styrcula v. Styrcula

Appellate Court of Connecticut. 139 Conn. App. 735 57 A.3d 822 (2012) (Counsel in trial court and on appeal)

Hane v. Hane

Appellate Court of Connecticut. 158 Conn. App. 167 118 A.3d 685 (2015) (Counsel in trial court and on appeal)

Other notable cases reported in Connecticut include:

State v. Harrell

Supreme Court of Connecticut. 199 Conn. 255 506 A.2d 1041 (1986) (Counsel on appeal while in law school)

Carter v. Carter

Superior Court of Connecticut, Judicial District of Stamford-Norwalk, 2004 WL 2443281 (Counsel in trial court)

Perry v. Perry

Superior Court of Connecticut, Judicial District of Stamford–Norwalk.2011 WL 1468375 (Counsel in trial court)

Brooks v. Brooks

Superior Court of Connecticut, District of Fairfield, Middlesex Regional Family Trial Docket. 2012 WL 4377825 (Counsel in trial court after prior judgment of client’s former attorney reversed on appeal)

Catchpole v. Catchpole

Superior Court of Connecticut, Judicial District of Stamford–Norwalk. 2013 WL 3315302 (Counsel in trial court)

Gelles v. Brodie

Superior Court of Connecticut, Judicial District of Fairfield. 2015 WL 5237761 (Counsel in trial court)

LaFrance v. Lodmell

Supreme Court of Connecticut. January 05, 2012 303 Conn. 920 34 A.3d 392 (Counsel in trial court)