J.D., Vermont Law School, 1981
Lawyer’s Coop Award for Excellence in Civil Litigation
United State District Court of Connecticut, 1982
Greater Bridgeport Bar Association
Member Since: 1982
Family Law Committee Chair 1999-2002
Family Law Section Co Chair 2002 – present
Community Outreach Committee 2004 – present
Annual Dinner Committee 2004 - present
Vice President 2003
President Elect 2004
Board of Directors 2005 - present
For more than 30 years Attorney Karen Reynolds has represented men, women and children of all ages in the Greater Bridgeport area, including Trumbull, Fairfield, Stratford, Monroe, Newtown and Shelton.
She represents both men and women in divorces, legal separations, dissolutions of civil unions and same sex marriages. The people she represents have marital estates valued at all ends of the spectrum.
Attorney Reynolds represents both fathers and mothers in custody actions (legal actions where parents are unmarried). She offers her services to individuals who wish to obtain custody and other orders concerning visitation and parenting access, as well as child support. She is often appointed by the Courts in Bridgeport and Milford to represent minor children when parents cannot come to an agreement regarding their parenting issues.
The firm also offers legal assistance to people who need to change judgments when appropriate. This includes individuals who wish to change divorce orders or modify custody or visitation schedules. She also helps those who find it necessary to change alimony, child support or other financial orders.
Attorney Karen Reynolds furnishes Mediation services in all Family law areas of practice to individuals who wish to resolve their differences outside of the adversarial court process.
Stamford/Norwalk Local Grievance Panel 2006 - 2012
Made determinations at a local level regarding complaints against attorneys in lower Fairfield County
Special Master for Family Court serving Bridgeport and Milford Superior Court 1983 - present
Serve as a Special Master in the court system enabling lawyers and litigants to resolve their differences without a trial.
Arbitrator, Attorney Trial Referee, Fact Finder, and Special Master serving Bridgeport Superior Court on the civil side 1984 - present
Serve as all of the above to enable the court to resolve cases on the civil side of the docket. Hear and decide cases ranging anywhere from motor vehicle accidents to contract and property disputes,
St. Thomas More Society - Charity works for the needy in the community
Thomas Merton House - cooking for the homeless