Our Practice Areas

General Litigation & Alternative Dispute Resolution

Estate Planning & Probate

Municipal Law

Family Law

  • Prenuptial Agreements
  • Divorce
  • Division of Marital Assets
  • Alimony
  • Child Support
  • Child Custody
  • Visitation
  • Divorce Modifications

Personal Injury

Office Location

Goldstein and Peck, P.C.

1087 Broad Street
Bridgeport, CT 06604

203.334.9421 Tel

203.334.6949 Fax


Our Awards & Affiliations


Common questions about Municipal Law

Posted by le-admin on May 22, 2020

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The laws passed by cities, counties, or even towns for their internal welfare is known as Municipal Law. Often when a dispute arises from the effects of Municipal law more so touching on the zoning of property, most people are always unaware of what the next cause of action should be. Talking to a municipal law attorney can have all your questions addressed. To highlight on a few, here are some of the commonly asked

Injured in an Accident? Why You Need an Attorney

Posted by le-admin on February 12, 2020

Category: Uncategorized
If you were injured in a car accident, it is imperative that you speak with an attorney. Hiring a lawyer should one of the top priorities on your list after your accident. There are several reasons why you want to have a knowledgeable Fairfield car accident attorney on your side. Car accidents may seem pretty cut and dry, but they can often get complex, especially if you have been injured. This is why it is

5 Things to Include in Your Estate Planning

Posted by editor on September 5, 2019

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Because life is full of uncertainties, wise individuals try to address end-of-life issues as early as possible in their adulthood and then revisit the specifics as changes are needed over time. By seeking the assistance of an experienced estate planning attorney, individuals are able to put into place a formatted plan they want followed. The Connecticut firm of Goldstein & Peck PC is in the business of helping to create peace of mind and secure

A Checklist: When do you need an attorney?

Posted by le-admin on August 19, 2019

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With life come many challenges. You may be prepared to face some of those challenges alone but for certain legal situations you need the guidance of an attorney. Here are five situations where you should seriously consider contacting a lawyer. 1. When your family or finances are at stake. Many times couples can navigate the divorce system without the help of a divorce lawyer. However, when one spouse becomes aggressive or is threatening to take
Most employers have one objective following a worker injury, which is to get that employee back to work as soon as possible. It can make for a confusing and traumatic experience when a pushy employer is demanding you come back to work before you feel like you are ready. When Are You Required to Return to Work After an Injury?  For any serious work related injury you need to see a doctor to assess and