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…
There are many Connecticut Family Court & Juvenile Courts closings due to coronavirus. Only matters that are considered Priority 1 Business Functions will heard until further notice. These include the following: Family Court Family orders of relief from abuse (Restraining Orders); Ex parte motions such as requests for Emergency Custody; and Family capias mittimus execution…
Questions about legal fees in a Connecticut divorce? Well then this blog will help you. Most divorce lawyers in Connecticut bill by the hour. Clients usually pay a retainer, which the attorney deposits in a Trustee (IOLTA) Account. The attorney maintains an accounting of their time as services are performed. Then the attorney withdraws funds…
So the narrative continues. DCF has made “progress” but still not in compliance. Of course not. Seems like “Donkey Years” when speaking of Juan F Source: Report: DCF makes progress, but still not in compliance – CTInsider.com Connecticut DCF Attorney I represent clients in all DCF matters through out Fairfield County including those who reside…
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…
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