I have seen a significant increase in the number of cases involving claims of parental alienation in Connecticut.   Are there really more PAS cases? I doubt it. Put on any label you want on it. The traditional behaviors that are the hallmark of parental alienation have been around as long as custody and visitation…

For starters, a legal separation is similar to a divorce. The same laws apply in Bridgeport and Stamford Family Court regarding custody, child support, alimony and property distribution. Keep reading to see whether you should seek a divorce or legal separation. 1. The Social Security 10 year rule. As a general rule, if a marriage…

Collaborative divorce in Connecticut is becoming an increasingly popular choice for separating couples. This is especially true for divorces filed in Bridgeport and Stamford Family Court.   The hallmark of this approach is the commitment to resolve the divorce without court intervention, adversarial techniques or litigation. In a collaborative divorce, information is freely exchanged and…

In Connecticut, there is a 90-day waiting period to obtain a divorce. There are two primary reasons for the waiting period: 1. Public policy. From a public policy standpoint, the state does not want to make it too easy to get a divorce. At least, not without enough time to reflect on things to make…

This blog is about filing an Answer and Cross Complaint in a Connecticut divorce. A divorce starts with the Plaintiff preparing a Summons, Complaint and Notice of Automatic Orders and serving the Defendant with those documents. Then the Plaintiff provides proof that the Defendant was properly served and pays the filing fee to the Clerk’s…

In Fairfield County Connecticut, if you have been threatened or abused you should request a Restraining Order from the Family Court in Bridgeport or Stamford. Here’s how it works: The person requesting the order of protection (the Applicant) must file an Application along with an Affidavit. The Affidavit must set forth the specific reasons as…

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