55 Averill Place
Branford, CT 06405
Attorney Visentin-Perito practices general law with a focus on Child Protection, Guardian ad Litem/ Attorney for the Minor Child cases, Mediation and Collaborative Divorce. She was admitted to practice in Connecticut in 1988, after receiving her J.D. from The University of Bridgeport School of Law, and to the United States District Court for the District of Connecticut in 1989. She received a B.A., Magna Cum Laude, in Legal Studies and English, from Quinnipiac University in 1984.
Anita is committed to serving the “best interests” of the child during the difficult transitional period of divorce at an affordable cost. As a GAL, her focus remains with the needs of the children involved and finding a solution that meets those needs. As an AMC, Anita’s focus is to represent the child’s interests in the determination of custody.
Anita’s commitment to young people is demonstrated by her continued involvement as an Adjunct Professor at Quinnipiac University.
2016 – Basic Collaborative Training – Connecticut Council for Non-Adversarial Divorce
2015 – Quinnipiac University School of Law Center on Dispute Resolution – Mediation skills training 40 hours
2011 – GAL/AMC Certificate of Completion for Guardian ad Litem /Attorney for the Minor Child training.
“Mid-life is the time when the universe grabs you by the shoulders, pulls you close, and whispers, ‘I’m not kidding around. I’ve given you some gifts and you’re not sharing them with the world. We’re at the half-way mark here. Let’s get serious.” ~Brene Brown
This is my mission; it explains why I’ve come back to the law after years of teaching and raising a family. I’m about at the midway point in my useful life… maybe even past it. I know that after the experiences I have had as a professor, a teacher, a parent, a wife, a friend that I can do good work for people during some difficult times in their lives.I’m ready to share that with the world and get serious about using the gifts I have to help people.