In a Connecticut divorce, spouses are required to complete a sworn statement of their income, assets, debts and liabilities known as a Financial Affidavit.
You are scared. You have been threatened or abused. What can you do? Request a Restraining Order from the Family Court in Connecticut.
In a contested Connecticut child custody case, the Family Court may decide that the child live primarily with the mother or with the father the "best interest of the child."
You were involved in a car accident in Connecticut. An adjuster representing the insurance company of the other driver calls you. He or she wants information from you.
I blogged about it before but it bears repeating.
Do foster parents in Connecticut have any recourse when a child in removed by DCF?
An open adoption provides for some form of ongoing contact between a child and his/her biological parents after an adoption has been granted by the Probate Court or Juvenile Court.
The most common car accident is the rear end collision. Unfortunately, even those that happen at a low rate of speed can cause significant injuries to both drivers and passengers.
This can be a tough call. Sometimes though firing your divorce lawyer and hiring a new one (or representing yourself) is the way to go. But not always and never without thinking it through.
There are six grounds to terminate parental rights in Connecticut. The three most common are: