For those of you that have followed our blog and know about our firm, you know that we have combined years of experience working with a host of different people to help them achieve justice for their family law or criminal law-related needs. Indeed, our cases are just as unique as the individuals that bring them forward, and we will not rest until we are able to help our clients achieve the best possible outcome for their situation. In today’s blog, your Milford, CT attorneys explain why we practice LGBT family law and how we ensure your best interests throughout the entire process.
Why We Practice LGBT Family Law
To practice law is to become educated about current and previous precedent, in addition to being able to apply it in a court of law to prove a case. Though there are some general public defenders and lawyers out there, it is more common to come across an attorney that has a particular specialty.
Believe it or not, every law firm out there does not practice the same type of law. While some may specialize in criminal matters, others may work solely on patent law, probate, personal injury, or other areas. Just as not every firm practices the same type of law, not every firm is LGBT friendly.
This is a fight we have been fighting for years, and though there were great strides toward equality and equal opportunity for all regardless of their sexual preference or orientation, we also see that time and time again, policymakers and individuals in charge are attempting to strip away these basic human rights. Because of this, we fight for yours. Contact our team to learn more.
What We Know About our Political Climate
While some individuals or groups may not want to take part in or stay up-to-date on politics, it is an essential part of our duty as citizens. If you are up-to-date on current politics, you would be aware that our current political climate is a tumultuous one that is working its way backwards in history.
With the overturning of Roe v. Wade, it is only a matter of time before more groundbreaking decisions become overturned. For now, we are going to continue fighting the fight for our LGBT clients, and we will not stop until justice is achieved. To learn more about this process and how our team can help, give us a call today.
Enforcing Your Human Rights
It is appalling that basic human rights are not being recognized and that discrimination is occurring on a daily basis as a result. Sure, we have made progress, but there is still so much more work that needs to be done.
Learn More Today
Contact The Law Office of Larracuente & Goulden, LLC in Milford, CT by calling 203-951-6688 to learn more about your legal rights as an LGBT individual, and schedule your initial consultation with our team today.