The Law Offices of Edward Nusbaum on Monday announced Harold “Rusty” Haldeman partner.
A veteran of handling numerous family law cases, Haldeman provides more than 20 years’ experience in matters involving divorce, property division, child custody issues, premarital and postmarital agreements, and a variety of other issues. Since joining the firm, his principal roles have involved discovery, management, research and preparation of briefs for trial and appellate cases, preparation and analysis of financial documents, preparation for depositions, pre-trial evaluations, mediations, arbitrations and trials.
Adept at guiding clients through the complex process of preparing essential documents and responding to financial discovery typical in high-asset cases, Haldeman also manages the intake, cataloguing and analysis of the same documents and discovery from opposing counsel, methodically synthesizing vast amounts of financial information to provide concise, informative data for settlement or trial of the case. He works on all types of family law matters, including divorce, alimony, child support, property distribution and child custody, including preparation of pleadings, separation agreements, parenting plans and proposed orders for pre-trial and trial.
In fact, Haldeman’s pre-trial documentation, unofficially known by Connecticut judges as “Rusty’s Notebook,” has been recognized by numerous family law judges as the best resource trial document in the profession, according to Edward Nusbaum, principal of the firm.
Prior to joining Nusbaum’s law firm, Haldeman served in the United States Navy as a Surface Warfare Officer, and, after attending law school, as a member of the Judge Advocate General’s Corps. Among his assignments as a judge advocate, he served as Legal Officer of the USS NIMITZ (CVN-68), Staff Judge Advocate for the Naval Base at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, and, for eight years, as a Military Judge in the Navy Marine Corps Trial Judiciary. During his service, he received the Navy Achievement Medal, Navy Commendation Medal, Meritorious Service Medal and Legion of Merit.
Haldeman is a recipient of an American Jurisprudence Award. He is co-author of, “A History of the First One Hundred Years of the Connecticut Bar Association,” published in the Connecticut Bar Journal.
During his time as a Military Judge he was the originator of the Navy-Marine Corps Trial Judiciary Electronic Bench Book, and the author of Lex Novissima Loquitor, a periodical keeping the worldwide Navy Trial Judiciary abreast of changes in military case law. Both, at the time, represented singular applications of new technology to improve the efficiency and accuracy of judges’ preparation for trials ashore and at sea. He also lectured on application of technology at the Naval Justice School’s Military Judges Course.
Haldeman is admitted to practice in Connecticut. He earned a bachelor’s degree in history from Williams College and a Juris Doctor degree, with honors, from the University of Connecticut. He is a member of the American Legion, the Military Officers Association of America and the Navy Marine Corps Retired Judge Advocates Association.
The Law Offices of Edward Nusbaum P.C., located at 212 Post Road West, represents individuals with substantial assets in all areas of family law matters, including divorce, alimony, child support, property division, child custody and relocation cases. A significant portion of the firm’s work is concentrated in Fairfield County, yet its geographic reach often extends throughout the state. For additional information on the Law Offices of Edward Nusbaum P.C., please visit its website at http://www.nusbaumfamilylaw.com/ or call 203-226-8181.
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