Connecticut divorce depositions are essentially interviews.   And just like other interviews you may be nervous.  Reduce your anxiety.  Read on. Here’s a quick summary on the process. A deposition is question and answer session between a lawyer and a witness (deponent).  The lawyer asks – the witness answers under oath.  Depositions usually take place at…
A Connecticut Resolution Plan Date in Family Court is a new process for custody, visitation, dissolution of marriage, and legal separation cases.  The process is designed to encourage parties to resolve their cases by agreement, instead of engaging in lengthy (and expensive) litigation.  Connecticut Resolution Plan Date On this date, you will learn how the…
Connecticut Juvenile Courts must now consider a parent’s request for posttermination visitation as part of Termination of Parental Rights case.  This is a very important ruling relating to family integrity and the preservation of familial ties. In a unanimous decision, the Appellate Court determined that the trial judge, Carl Taylor, misconstrued the applicable statute and…
A Case Date in Connecticut Family Court replaces Short Calendar.  Before the pandemic, attorneys and clients would gather en masse at the Courthouse to have motions heard.  It was a largely inefficient process.  There was more bullshitting with colleagues than anything else.  Social Calendar was a more appropriate term.  It was not uncommon to hang…
Connecticut Divorce without a Court appearance is here.   COVID-19 forced the courts to change how they do business.  Here in Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont issued an executive order allowing parties to proceed with uncontested divorces without going to court.   Most family law attorneys support this new process.  It could help spouses avoid difficult living arrangements. …
A Connecticut Application for Civil Protection Order is relatively new in Connecticut.  It is designed to allow a violence victim to obtain a Restraining Order against someone who is not a family member. There are three types of Connecticut Restraining Orders: 1.  Protective Order.  This is an order of protection issued by a Criminal Court…
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