Pedestrian and Cyclist Injuries
Nationwide, 5,987 pedestrians were killed in 2016, representing a 9 percent increase. This is the highest number of pedestrian deaths since 1990. That’s right – the highest in nearly 18 years. Cyclists (called pedalcyclists in the NHTSA report) were also in... Read more.
Many divorcing spouses in Connecticut or clients seeking a legal separation whether in the New Haven Court, Hartford Court, New Britain or Tolland, or any other Connecticut Court, ask a variety of tax-related divorce questions. Here are some additional divorce-related tax issues that come up in... Read more.
Many divorcing spouses or clients seeking a legal separation, ask a variety of tax-related divorce questions. Here are some divorce-related tax issues in a Connecticut Divorce that the one will need to know. One such questions is as follows:What Assets Divided in a Connecticut Divorce are... Read more.
Divorce Mediation is the most common dispute resolution option in Connecticut Courts. However, it is often misunderstood. Mediation allows spouse to reach a fair settlement with the help of a third, neutral party called a mediator. Mediators, who should be an attorney/mediator practicing Family... Read more.
So many families in Hartford area consider their pets as family members. I reside in a dog-friendly neighborhood west of the river where dogs are family. In a recent divorce involving a couple from Suffield, CT, the center of their universe was the four dogs, one of which was a show dog. ... Read more.
My spouse and I are not getting along. We have three young children and the constant fighting is wearing us out. We were thinking of living apart of awhile, but then we learned we should become legally separated instead. What’s wrong with just living apart?
While it’s true you can quietly... Read more.
If you are getting divorced in Connecticut, who you choose to represent you will have a significant impact on the outcome of your case. We at CT Mediation Center put together this guide to help you choose the divorce attorney who is right for you.
First, take the time to speak with a few... Read more.
There’s that old saying: Too many cooks spoil the broth.
But when it comes to your divorce, having two attorneys is just right.
When couples prepare to divorce, a common question that comes up in Connecticut is this: “We’ve already worked everything out. Can’t we just share the same... Read more.
If you are seeking a divorce, you may be feeling a sense of urgency. You might be anxious about saving money, or worried about the impact a drawn-out divorce proceeding will have on you, your job, your living arrangements, and especially the emotional wellbeing of your children.
It’s... Read more.
Not every divorce is contentious and needs to be litigated in court. Many couples are able to come to agreement on how to divide assets and debts without the court intervening. A new state law regarding the time frame of divorce for certain couples came into effect on October 1st, 2015. For... Read more.