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Requests for Admission and Divorce

There are three main ways to divorce in Connecticut, mediation, collaborative law, and litigation. Both mediation and collaborative law are forms of ADR.

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Don’t Mistake Truth for Weakness; It’s Strength

Here’s what you want that you may not know you want.  You want a lawyer with the courage to tell…

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What is Divorce Pathways to Resolution?

In 2021, the Connecticut Judicial Branch launched a new process for divorce and family law matters, which they named divorce “Pathways to Resolution.”

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What Is a Case Date?

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.

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Arbitration & Divorce

There are three main ways to divorce in Connecticut, mediation, collaborative law, and litigation. Both mediation and collaborative law are forms of ADR.

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Later-in-Life Divorce in Connecticut

Later in life divorces often occur after a marriage has lasted decades, possibly 30, 40 years, or more. Generally, the longer the marriage, the more intertwined the finances, …

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ADR & Divorce

There are two main ways to think of how ADR is most commonly used in Connecticut. Either a form of ADR is used for (1) the approach to the divorce itself, or it is used as …

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What Is Family Relations in Connecticut Divorce and Custody?

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, …

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What is a Custody Evaluation?

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.

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What Is a Private Custody Evaluation?

There are two types of custody evaluations in Connecticut: Family Services Evaluations and Private Custody Evaluations. In both, a custody evaluation is performed …

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