Edward P. Jurkiewicz's Profile Image Edward P. Jurkiewicz
Attorney Jurkiewicz focuses his practice on Connecticut family law including collaborative divorce, mediation and adversarial divorce, as well as consumer and business bankruptcy — including Chapter 7 liquidations, Chapter 13 wage earner reorganizations, and Chapter 11 reorganizations — for individuals, and businesses. He has tried numerous complex cases and has extensive mediation training.
Peter L. Lawrence Esq.'s Profile Image Peter L. Lawrence Esq.
Attorney Lawrence focuses his practice on consumer and small business bankruptcy, foreclosures and real estate. His bankruptcy practice includes both liquidation (Chapter 7) and reorganization (Chapter 13) cases. He has filed over 1,600 cases in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Connecticut, and, in addition to routine cases he has handled numerous adversary proceedings and other contested matters in bankruptcy cases. Attorney Lawrence also has extensive experience in state court. He has handled doze…
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Avon, Connecticut Law Firm

Lawrence & Jurkiewicz, LLC

Located in the greater Hartford area, Edward P. Jurkiewicz has represented individuals and businesses for nearly three decades and has partnered with Peter Lawrence, who focuses on real estate and bankruptcy, since 2007. Attorney Jurkiewicz focuses his practice on divorce, mediation, and bankruptcy.

Attorney Jurkiewicz distinguishes himself through professionalism, thoughtfulness, and thoroughness. He listens carefully to each client's situation and develops result-oriented strategies designed to realize their goals.

Family Law

Matters involving matrimonial law and custody present significant financial and emotional challenges. We represent clients in collaborative divorce, divorce mediation, adversarial divorce, and custody and support matters, seeking the most optimal resolution possible, with a minimum of stress.

Bankruptcy

All is not lost when one cannot repay debts. The law provides options to help manage insolvency. It is not only possible but usual, to be able to retain your home and car while discharging your debt. We provide representation in Chapter 7 (liquidation), Chapter 13 (wage earner reorganization), and Chapter 11 (reorganization) for individuals and businesses.

Avon, CT Attorneys at Law

Admitted to practice in all state and federal courts in Connecticut. Wherever you are in the Nutmeg State, we can be of service. Our physical office locations are convenient to the following communities:

Avon Office: Avon, Bloomfield, Burlington, Canton, Farmington, Granby, Hartford, Simsbury, and West Hartford.

Torrington Office: Torrington, Barkhamsted, Colebrook, Cornwall, Goshen, Hartland, Harwinton, Litchfield, New Canaan, New Hartford, Norfolk, Plymouth, Riverton, Salisbury, Thomaston, Washington, Waterbury, Watertown, and Winsted.

Please contact Attorney Jurkiewicz by email, phone, or using the contact form below to set up a free initial consultation.

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