Emergency Custody Hearings and denial of parenting time in Connecticut. What can be done for parents who are separated from their children? The statutory language set forth in Conn. Gen. Stat. 46b-56f is the applicable standard for “emergency ex parte order of temporary custody,” identified as a Priority 1 Business Function under these circumstances.  I…
A Connecticut Custody Application is the way non-married parents set a parenting plan.   It is also used for married parents with children who live apart and for divorced parents who failed to address custody and visitation at the time of their divorce. The Family Court must first determine that it has jurisdiction to hear…
A Proposed Parental Responsibility Plan must be completed if there is a dispute about a child’s custody, visitation or decision making.  The form must be filed in the Family Court on before the Case Management Date in any pending divorce, legal separation or custody action in Connecticut. Each parent is required to file their own…
  Connecticut Family Courts are faced with ensuring a child’s safety.  In cases where alcohol use need to be monitored judges have used Soberlink technology.   Read about how this alcohol monitoring breathalyzer and recovery management software system works in addiction treatment below. Source: Alcohol Monitoring Breathalyzer with Recovery Software | Soberlink Contact me online  or call…
  A Modification of Physical Custody requests that a judge change where a child lives.  It is also referred to as a Modification of Residential Custody. Modification of Physical Custody Lawyer  – Fairfield and Stamford The judge must first decide whether there has been a “substantial change in circumstances” since the last custody order.  …
  Shared Physical Custody is becoming more and more common in Connecticut Family Court  This is true whether the case involves unmarried parents or parents going through a divorce. Shared Physical Custody Lawyer – Fairfield and Stamford Physical Custody, also known as Residential Custody, is where a child lives.  So in a Shared Physical Custody situation,…
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