Paul Tusch Attends Annual Meeting of American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers

posted by Nicholas Vitti January 13, 2020

AAML Fellows Receive Three Days of Educational & Professional Development in Family Law

Paul Tusch attended the annual meeting of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers in Chicago in November 2019. The annual meeting includes three days of educational and professional development programs for Academy Fellows. This year’s programs included a day on the impact of international laws on family practices, and a day addressing mental health and addiction issues and their impact on custody. The third day addressed financial issues such as business valuation and taxes.

The Academy was founded in 1962 with the goal of promoting “the highest degree of professionalism and excellence in the practice of family law.” There are less than 1700 Academy Fellows in the United States. Paul is a Fellow of the Academy and serves on the Board of Managers of its Connecticut chapter. He also serves on the Professionalism Committee and the Collaborative Law Committee of the national organization.

About Paul Tusch & Our Family Law Practice

Paul is a founding member of our firm, and the chair of its Family Law Practice Group. The Group prides itself as a team of professionals who are hardworking, dedicated and sensitive to the needs of their clients.

Paul has achieved an AV rating from his peers as reported in Martindale-Hubbell. The AV rating is awarded to those attorneys whose peers rank him or her at the highest level of professional excellence. He has also been recognized by his peers as one of Connecticut’s Super Lawyers as reported in Connecticut Magazine, since 2006. The Super Lawyers designation is the result of a survey conducted of approximately 13,000 active Connecticut lawyers, culminating in the selection of the top 5% in the state.

Paul has served on the Executive Committee of the Connecticut Bar Association Family Law Section, including serving one term as that Section’s Chair. He lectures regularly for the CBA and other Bar organizations on topics related to family law. He has served as a Special Master in family courts throughout the state, including those in Stamford and Bridgeport, as well as at the Regional Family Trial Court in Middletown. He has completed all of the mandatory training required by the State of Connecticut to serve as a Guardian ad Litem and as an attorney for minor children in Connecticut courts.

Learn more about Paul Tusch and the Family Practice Group at Cacace, Tusch & Santagata.

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