Attorney Welsh was recently selected to become a Fellow of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyer and she joins only 31 other Connecticut members in the AAML. The AAML is an organization of the most dedicated and professional family lawyers who are recognized by the bench and bar as leaders in the field. Attorney Welsh was also recently selected to be included in Best Lawyers in America, 2022 © in the field of Family Law and recognized as Lawyer of the Year.
Attorney Welsh is an active member of the Connecticut Bar Association (CBA). She is the current Secretary of the CBA Family Law Section and previously served as the Assistant Treasurer – Secretary of the entire CBA.
Attorney Welsh frequently speaks on issues related to Family Law and has authored several publications in this field. Attorney Welsh co-wrote an article for CT Lawyer Magazine about hedge funds in the context of matrimonial actions. She was the Co-Editor for the Connecticut Family Law Forms book published by the Connecticut Law Tribune. She also authored the article “Initial Client Interview” in the MCLE publication on Connecticut Family Law. Attorney Welsh served as a Special Master in the Stamford/Norwalk judicial district, assisting other attorneys and parties in resolving family cases.
Attorney Welsh serves on the Board of Directors for YWCA Darien-Norwalk and is an active volunteer with Person 2 Person.
Attorney Welsh resides locally, with her husband, Walter, and her children.
Completed all mandatory requirements for the Guardian Ad Litem/Attorney for the Minor Child comprehensive Basic Training.
Attorney Welsh is a Partner at the firm. She became a partner in 2015 and a named partner in 2020. Attorney Welsh is a Fellow in the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers and an Officer of the Connecticut Bar Association Family Law Section. She handles all aspects of complex family law matters including alimony and child support issues, division of assets, child custody disputes, cases involving substance abuse issues, negotiating and drafting premarital agreements, litigation, and mediation.