American Academy of Matrimonial Attorneys
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The American Academy of Matrimonial Attorneys (also known as the AAML or the "Academy") was established in 1962 in Chicago, Illinois. It is a professional organization of lawyers, mediators, and arbitrators. Members of the Academy are known as "Fellows".
The Academy has more than 1,650 members in 50 states.
As of 2018, there were 33 AAML Fellows in Connecticut.
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