Larry Sarezky is a family law attorney and mediator, and an award-winning writer and filmmaker. He is a past Chair of the Connecticut Bar Association’s Family Law Section and a contributor to The Huffington Post among many other on-line and print publications.
Capping a three-decade career in family law, Larry now concentrates on easing the burdens of divorce for spouses and their children. In 2016, Larry released the NIEA award-winning "Divorce, Simply Stated," a unique blend of information, comfort and empowerment for divorcing spouses that is, according to American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers past president Arthur Balbirer, “simply the best book of its kind!”
Larry also wrote and directed the Telly Award winning short film "Talk to Strangers," which is being used (along with its companion parents’ guide) by judges, lawyers, mediators and therapists across the country to protect children from unnecessary custody battles. “Watch it and learn!” declares Harvard Law School’s Alan Dershowitz.