I frequently field questions about the interplay between a 401(k) and Connecticut divorce. For example, if you are getting divorced, is your spouse’s 401(k) an asset you should share when the marriage is dissolved? If you don’t work for your spouse’s employer, can the retirement account be split? The answer to both of these questions…

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 DCF Permanency Plan is filed nine months from the date of a child’s initial out of home placement.  It is then filed every 12 months thereafter for as long as the child is in DCF care. The purpose of a Permanency Plan is to make sure that the cases are reviewed periodically so…

  Interesting piece in the Connecticut Law Tribune about Homeschooling. Some detractors of home schooling believe that it hurts the child socially. Others argue that there is no way to monitor attendance or how much time is being devoted to academics. Educators voice concern over how “equivalent instruction” is measured. Have a read below: Source:…

A DDS Registry Appeal is an employee’s chance to clear their name.  A successful appeal keeps their name of the Registry thereby allowing them to pursue employment in their chosen field. DDS Registry Appeal Lawyer The DDS Registry is a data base of employees who were either fired or left a job because they allegedly…

DCF Administrative Hearings are the way to contest a DCF decision.  This hearing should be requested after an unsuccessful DCF Internal Review or other failed negotiations with DCF. DCF Administrative Hearings Lawyer Essentially, a DCF Administrative Hearing is an appeal when a parent or other individual disagrees with a DCF Substantiation, Central Registry placement or…

Connecticut school expulsion hearings are required for students who allegedly: Had a gun or other dangerous weapon on school grounds or at school related activity Used a gun or other dangerous weapon off school grounds Sold or attempted to sell drugs whether on or off school grounds. A student may face an expulsion hearing for…

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