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CT Family Law Update: Court Mandated Parenting Education Programs May Now Be Completed Online

Connecticut Court Mandated Parenting Education Programs May Now Be Completed Online In any family law matter involving minor children, Connecticut law requires that the parties (married or unmarried) complete a parenting education program. The parenting education program is a six hours class, which may be offered in two three-hour classes, or in three two-hour classes. Read More

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May and June 2020 (Connecticut Family Court) Trials and Hearings (With Exceptions) Have Been Continued Until Later Date

May and June 2020 (Connecticut Family Court) Trials and Hearings (With Exceptions) Have Been Continued Until Later Date On April 29, 2020, the Connecticut Super Court issued a notice that all trials and specially assigned hearings which had been scheduled to occur during the months of May and/or June, 2020 have been continued. The rescheduled Read More

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Connecticut Courts Now Entering Orders in Uncontested Divorce, Custody/Visitation cases and Motions with an Agreement Without Requiring Parties to Appear in Court

Connecticut Courts Now Entering Orders in Uncontested Divorce, Custody/Visitation cases and Motions with an Agreement Without Requiring Parties to Appear in Court The Connecticut Courts are now entering Final Judgments and Orders as to Separation Agreements and other agreements related to Divorce and Family Law cases without requiring the parties (or their counsel) to appear Read More

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How a Coronavirus-related Income Loss Could Affect Your Alimony and Child Support

How a Coronavirus-related Income Loss Could Affect Your Alimony and Child Support? Many people have faced a job loss or reduction in income due the coronavirus pandemic. In such a case it might be difficult for an ex-spouse paying alimony or a parent sending child support to keep up with their obligation. As these orders Read More

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Communicating With Your Ex About COVID-19 Custody Issues

  Child Custody In Connecticut During a crisis such as the COVID-19 pandemic, family becomes more important than ever, especially for children whose schedules have been disrupted by long-term school closures and the cancellation of other activities. Parents who are divorced or live apart for other reasons know the importance of maintaining healthy communication through Read More

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Pending and New Divorce Cases in Connecticut during COVID-19 Shutdown – What Can I Do Now?

Pending and New Divorce Cases in Connecticut during COVID-19 Shutdown – What Can I Do Now? The framework below outlines what actions can or should be taken (and why) during the Covid-19 shutdown.  The list is broken down by family matter type: New Divorce Actions during Covid-19 These can still be filed now, and it Read More

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Updated Connecticut Judicial Branch Schedule (Covid-19 Shutdown) for Family Court Cases

Updated Connecticut Judicial Branch Schedule (Covid-19 Shutdown) for Family Court Cases The statewide shutdown due to COVID-19 continues to restrict the normal flow business in family and matrimonial law matters heard before the Superior Court. Connecticut Courts remain in an state of unprecedented, limited operation: Limited courthouses open; Limited days/hours of operation; Limited access to Read More

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CONNECTICUT FAMILY COURT SCHEDULE EXPANDS CAUTIOUSLY

CONNECTICUT FAMILY COURT SCHEDULE EXPANDS CAUTIOUSLY DURING COVID-19 After weeks of limited functioning, the Connecticut Judicial Branch is now showing signs of progress in addressing a slightly broader array of matters. The wheels of Justice have begun to turn just a little bit more quickly. For family cases, this means specifically that approval of temporary Read More

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What is Legal Separation in Connecticut? And, when is it the best approach?

What is Legal Separation in Connecticut? And, when is it the best approach? There are many commonly held misconceptions about what legal separation means in Connecticut.  When the actual implications of legal separation are carefully considered as an alternative to divorce, legal separation is often rejected in favor of pursuing the dissolution of marriage (divorce) Read More

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