Family Law

by Ryan McKeen Learning from the little things. I've been doing a lot of reflecting on litigation and with good reason. Other than a real estate closing, forming a company,...
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I don't have a ton of time today so this is some thinking out loud. Here's my question: Is it unconstitutional for the State to deny opposite sex couples the ability to...
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It was just 5 years ago that I was sitting at Sophia's Sports Bar in Springfield with a friend. The United States Supreme Court had just decided Lawrence v. Texas. I bet my...
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No. This is another question that I get asked with some frequency at various functions. Check out the Judicial Branch Library website for more information on common law marriage in Connecticut.
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Essentially, if you are getting divorced and you have children or are involved in a child custody dispute in Connecticut, you will have to complete a parenting education program. The...
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...Not literally, but it makes for a better blog title than "People Fighting Over Possession Of Dog In Connecticut Family Court." Dogs are legally considered personal property under the laws of Connecticut. In Hade v....
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