The DCF Central Registry is not limited to parents of children. Any identifiable person who is found to pose a risk to the health, safety and well-being of children may be placed on the DCF Central Registry.
Annulment and dissolution of marriage (divorce) are fundamentally different.
Hit and run accidents occur every day in Connecticut. Despite state laws that require any driver involved in a collision to stop as soon as it is safe and exchange contact information with others involved in the accident, hit and run drivers often try to shirk responsibility by fleeing the scene.
Divorce mediation is a process in which a divorcing couple attempts to resolve their outstanding issues with the assistance of a neutral third party (divorce mediator). A divorce mediator is typically an attorney with a family law background and training in dispute resolution.
Here is a brief summary of the process:
A Financial Affidavit is the single, most important document in a Connecticut divorce or other family court matter. It is the foundation from which the court will enter monetary orders, distribute property and allocate liabilities. The preparation of a precise Affidavit cannot be underestimated.
Simply put - it is a motion filed after you have been divorced.
When drafting Separation Agreements which include provisons for a pension or 401k distrbution, it is cruciial to make sure there is adequate language to address the unpleasant event of the employee spouse passing away.
Yes - provided certain requirements are met.
No precise formula exists to determine the value of a Connecticut personal injury case. However, there are certain factors, which help attorneys and insurance adjusters calculate the range of what reasonable compensation is in a particular case.