What is an Alternating Weekend With an Overnight Parenting Schedule?

One of the major decisions to make during a divorce is how the parenting schedule will work. Many families have some form of shared parenting schedule, where their children spend...
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What Does Child Custody Mean?

A lot of legal terminology comes into play when it comes to making custody and parenting decisions in your divorce. It's no wonder that a common question our divorce attorneys...
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What Is Family Relations in Connecticut Divorce and Custody?

When you are involved in a family law matter, one of the legal terms you may hear is “Family Relations.” Family Relations is a service provided by the Connecticut Judicial Branch to people...
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What is a Custody Evaluation?

In some Connecticut divorce and family law cases, there is a custody evaluation. Not every case includes a custody evaluation — it only happens when the parents (and their lawyers) or the Court...
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What Is a Private Custody Evaluation?

In some Connecticut divorce and family law cases, there is a Private Custody Evaluation. However, not every case includes a custody evaluation — it only happens when the parties (and their lawyers) or...
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What Is a Family Services Custody Evaluation?

In some Connecticut divorce and family law cases, there is a Family Services Custody Evaluation. However, not every case includes a custody evaluation — it only happens when the parties (and their lawyers)...
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Connecticut Child Custody Laws

There’s a lot of legal terminologies involved when making custody, visitation, & parenting decisions in your divorce or following a breakup with your partner.  It’s no wonder that a common question our child custody attorneys are...
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What’s the Connecticut Divorce Parenting Class Requirement?

Many people involved in a divorce, separation, or custody matter wonder whether Connecticut has a divorce parenting class requirement. The short answer is yes, Connecticut requires parents to take a...
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What is Emergency Ex Parte Custody?

“Ex parte” is one of the legal terms that often comes up when there is an emergency custody issue. Due process requires that parties are entitled to notice and the opportunity to be heard....
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Stepparent Custody & Visitation

Many stepparents form very close bonds with their grandchildren. But what happens when the stepparent’s relationship ends with the child’s parent? What access will the former stepparent have to the...
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