CT Divorce & Family Law Blog
A “Case Date” in Connecticut family law cases is a hearing before a judge to address various motions. Typically, they address temporary, or pendente lite, motions. Attorneys for both sides present evidence, and the judge issues a ruling. You may not have any Case Dates, or you may have multiple Case Dates — it all depends on the specifics of your divorce, custody, or other family law matter.
The Family Relations Counselors are court employees who are typically social workers or attorneys. Family Services offers a wide variety of services to help resolve visitation, parenting, and financial disputes like property division, alimony, and child support in divorce, separation, custody, and post-judgment actions.
A custody evaluation is performed by a neutral mental health professional — often a social worker or psychologist or social trained to perform evaluations in litigated custody cases.
There are two types of custody evaluations in Connecticut: Family Services Evaluations and Private Custody Evaluations. In both, a custody evaluation is performed by a neutral mental health professional — often a social worker or psychologist or social trained to perform evaluations in litigated custody cases.
Divorce is a huge decision. It changes everything from where you live to your relationships with your spouse, kids, family, friends, strangers, professional colleagues, strangers – well, everyone. It is the opportunity to create a completely new future, but in doing so upends the vision of the future that you’ve had in your head for years.
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