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…
Filing a Restraining Order during the coronavirus can now be done remotely.  In the past, the Applicant was required to hand-deliver the Restraining Order to local Clerk’s Office. But no more. The Judicial Branch is now implementing a procedure for the remote filing of temporary Restraining Orders. An Applicant using these new forms will be able…
If your ex-spouse is not complying with orders from another state, you can take action in Connecticut Family Court. For example, out of state orders (foreign judgments) concerning custody, alimony, child support and other divorce orders can be enforced in Connecticut if they are properly registered here. Here is a “snapshot” of the procedure: Satisfy…
In Connecticut, a Family Law judge hears Restraining Orders. Restraining Orders should not be confused with Protective Orders which are issued by a Criminal Court to protect crime victims. Here is a summary of Restraining Orders in Connecticut Family Court: 1. People. You can only get a Restraining Order if you have a sufficiently close…

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