Experienced in Bankruptcy
and Family Law Matters
Divorce can be stressful and challenging. You may disagree with your spouse on any number of issues, including property division, alimony, child custody, and child support. It is important to discuss your options with an experienced family attorney who understands the unique needs of your case. Sheila Charmoy has devoted her practice to matrimonial and family law matters, and understands the complex and urgent nature of these issues. She strives to provide efficient, individualized and empathetic representation for each client, whether your matter involves the complex needs of a high net worth divorce or the sensitivities required in child custody and visitation issues.
Scott Charmoy has devoted his practice to business and consumer bankruptcy, representing creditors and debtors in Chapter 7, 11 and 13 bankruptcy cases, helping consumers and small-business owners rebuild their lives after job loss or business failure, uninsured medical expenses, and insurmountable credit-card debt, or save their business and homes through bankruptcy reorganization. He also helps people save their homes through defending homeowners in foreclosures and pursuing mortgage modifications through the court sponsored mediation program. Scott also represents plaintiffs and defendants in commercial and small business litigation, including business windups and dissolutions. Scott strives to provide personalized and efficient service to all of his clients.
If you are going through or contemplating a bankruptcy or a divorce, you should consult a skillful attorney. Scott and Sheila Charmoy pride themselves on providing caring legal counsel and representation to each and every client. We maintain offices in Fairfield and Stamford, from which we represent clients throughout Fairfield and New Haven Counties, including Fairfield, Westport, Greenwich, Darien, New Canaan, Stamford, Redding, Ridgefield, Bethel, Weston, Wilton, Fairfield, Trumbull, Easton, Monroe, and Newtown. Call (203) 255-8100 to schedule an appointment.