Since joining BRODER ORLAND MURRAY & DEMATTIE LLC in 2017, Jaime has devoted her time to assisting clients in the litigation, mediation and negotiation of all aspects of family law, including complex financial matters and child custody cases. Jaime serves on the Fairfield County Bar Association Family Law Section Committee and is peer rated as Distinguished for professional achievement and ethical standards by Martindale-Hubbell. She was selected by Moffley Media as a Fairfield County Top Attorney in Family Law and selected to 2021 Connecticut Super Lawyers® in the area of Family Law for excellence in practice. Jaime is trained in Collaborative Divorce and a member of the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals and she has completed Mediation Training at the Quinnipiac School of Law Center on Dispute Resolution.
Our very own Carole Orland was recently featured on the westportmoms.com blog! Check out the feature here:
We are pleased to announce that Attorneys Eric Broder, Carole Orland, Sarah Murray, Christopher DeMattie, Jaime Dursht, and Nicole DiGiose have been named to Moffly Media’s 2021 “Top Lawyers in Fairfield County” list. Moffly Media publishes six magazines including, Fairfield Living, Greenwich Magazine, New Canaan/Darien+Rowayton, Stamford Magazine, Westport Magazine and at Home.
Listen now on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/episode/5vQ7XTwVMvD18xeCUeqM4x?si=wXOyt0iIQmya3l05otgVFg
Eric J. Broder and Carole Topol Orland were featured in Westport Lifestyle Magazine (Jan. ’21) in an article entitled Healthy Divorce in Unhealthy Times. Their expert advice and insight included the following:
- “Try really hard to come to a solution sooner than later without unnecessarily expending emotional and financial resources…Start with kids, kids, kids. Address their issues first…Most parents want to do right by their kids and it’s often a good jumping off point for the rest of negotiations.” Carole Orland
- “Many couples thrive as individuals after the case is over. I get a lot of calls out of the blue form former clients just to tell me how well things are going. In particular between their now ex-spouse. Often these relationships get better without the tension of divorce.” Eric Broder
Broder Orland Murray & DeMattie LLC has been ranked as Tier 1 in Family Law on the metropolitan scale. Now in its 11th edition, the U.S. News & World Report and Best Lawyers “Best Law Firms” rankings are the result of a rigorous process, which includes peer reviews for leading attorneys in the same field and client and lawyer evaluations. To be eligible for a ranking, a firm must have a lawyer listed in The Best Lawyers in America®, which recognizes the top 4 percent of practicing lawyers in the country. Broder Orland Murray & DeMattie LLC has three lawyers on this year’s “Best Lawyers” list and one lawyer on the “Ones to Watch” list. Ranked firms, presented in tiers, are listed on a national and/or metropolitan scale. Receiving a tier designation reflects the high level of respect a firm has earned among other leading lawyers and clients in the same communities and the same practice areas for their abilities, professionalism, and integrity.
Sarah, a Wilton resident with her husband, will remain based in the firm’s Westport office and will continue to be involved in all of its practice areas. She is currently the Chair of the firm’s Appellate Practice. Having extensive experience with the drafting and negotiation of prenuptial and postnuptial agreements, Sarah has launched the firm’s Preservation of Generational Wealth initiative, coordinating with colleagues to meet clients’ needs in that area.
Chris will head the firm’s office in Greenwich, where he currently resides with his wife and newborn son! He will be available at the Greenwich and Westport offices to accommodate clients and colleagues as needed. Chris will continue to be involved in all aspects of the firm’s practices, including litigation and mediation. He also will continue to be available for GAL private appointments.
Eric J. Broder was quoted in an article published in CNN on Aril 1, 2020. “Navigating Child Custody in the Time of Coronavirus”