Principal and founder, attorney and mediator, Carmina K. Hirsch (formerly Carmina K. Tessitore) utilizes a multi-faceted approach to problem solving in order to achieve the best possible outcome for her clients.
Carmina serves as Special Master in the Fairfield J.D. and Ansonia/Milford J.D. She is also an Adjunct Professor at Quinnipiac University School of Law in North Haven.
Carmina also contributes print and blog articles to legal and non-legal publications – her primer Divorce Mediation: Mediating Financial Disputes was published in Connecticut Lawyer magazine, and she is a featured author in A Practical Guide to Divorce in Connecticut for her chapter on financial affidavits used in family court and divorce proceedings.
Additionally, Carmina develops curriculum for and presents at CLE and seminars on the topics of divorce, custody, alimony, child support, mediation/alternative dispute resolution, business, marketing, law practice management, and foreclosure.
Carmina is also the current Executive Committee Legislative Liaison for the Connecticut Bar Association’s Women in the Law Section, serves on the Executive Committee as Treasurer of the Connecticut Bar Association’s Sports and Entertainment Law Section, is Chair of the Connecticut Bar Association’s Court Visitation Program for the Stamford J.D., and is Co-Chair for the Fairfield County Bar Association’s Law Practice Management/Solos & Small Firms Committee.