Kelly A. Scott believes the two keys to handling matters most effectively for clients are transparency and communication. Kelly practices as part of the Family Law group and represents clients in all areas of matrimonial and family law, including prenuptial and postnuptial agreements, dissolution, custody and visitation petitions and post judgment matters. She takes a reasoned approach to understanding and developing a client's goals from the outset, and then works to implement those goals from start to finish.
Prior to joining Pullman & Comley, LLC, Kelly practiced at a boutique matrimonial and family law firm in Westport, CT, where she focused on high-net worth and high-conflict custody and financial matters. She previously worked at the Regional Family Trial Docket, for the Honorable Lynda B. Munro and the Honorable Gerard I. Adelman.
Kelly is past co-chair of the Family Law Committee and current chair of the Professional Responsibility Committee for the Connecticut Bar Association Young Lawyer's Section Executive Committee. She is also a member of the Gala Committee for the Children's Law Center and a Special Master for family matters in the Fairfield Judicial District. She has been named a Super Lawyers Rising Star for 2018-2020.
During law school, Kelly was a legal extern for the Public Defender's Office, in the Judicial District of Hartford, and represented indigent defendants through the Criminal Appellate Clinic. She was a member of the Public Interest Law Journal, where she was the Membership Editor, as was a teaching assistant for Moot Court. Kelly received CALI Excellence for the Future Awards in Moot Court, Criminal Appellate Clinic and Appellate Advocacy.
Connecticut Bar Association - Family Law Section, Young Lawyers Section
Fairfield County Bar Association - Family Law Committee, Young Lawyers Committee
Honors & Recognitions
Named to the Super Lawyers "Connecticut Rising Stars" list in the area of family law in 2018, 2019
CALI Excellence for the Future Awards in Moot Court, Criminal Appellate Clinic and Appellate Advocacy
News & Insights
- Zoom, 10.13.2020
- Connecticut Rules Committee Suspends Time Requirements Concerning Custody and Visitation for Minor Children03.26.2020
Pullman's Family Law Practice remains at the leading edge of Connecticut matrimonial law, regularly litigating, mediating, arbitrating, and defending and prosecuting appeals involving the most complex financial and child custody related dissolutions of marriage actions in the state.
The Connecticut Supreme Court heard only four family law cases in 2016. Of those cases, Pullman & Comley’s Family Law attorneys argued, and were victorious, in two.