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Benefits of Entering a Prenuptial Agreement in Connecticut

Couples approach marriage with excitement and hope for a lasting union. However, taking steps to protect their financial interests with a prenuptial agreement can be a wise decision. Prenups were Read More

Keeping Your Connecticut Divorce Off “Track C”

Connecticut’s revamped case management system for family law matters — known as “Pathways” — places each divorce on one of three tracks based on level of complexity and the amount Read More

Winter Weather Hazards That Cause Accidents

In northern climates like Connecticut, winter driving presents hazards that can significantly increase the risk of motor vehicle accidents. Winter storms can be difficult to navigate while they are in Read More

Deceptive Tactics to Watch for in a High Net Worth Divorce

High net worth divorces are those in which the couple’s property is in the millions of dollars. Such divorces usually involve complex asset portfolios that include bank accounts, retirement accounts, Read More

Wrongful Death Actions Allow Bereaved Families to Seek Justice

Losing a family member due to someone else's negligence or wrongful act is an immeasurable tragedy. In such situations, Connecticut state law provides a legal remedy in the form of Read More

What You Should Know About Prenuptial Agreements in Connecticut

When the prospect of marriage is on the horizon, discussions about potential divorce may seem unromantic and out of place. However, prenuptial agreements, often referred to as "prenups," are valuable Read More

Equitable Distribution of Property in Connecticut Divorces

Divorce can be an arduous and contentious process, especially when it comes to financial disputes. In deciding how to split a couple’s wealth, Connecticut judges follow the principle of equitable Read More

Proving Who’s at Fault in an Auto Accident

Every year, hundreds of thousands of traffic accidents occur across the nation, resulting in physical injuries, property damage and other losses. Connecticut is among the majority of states that requires Read More

How Do Children’s Preferences Factor Into Custody Awards?

Child custody disputes are often contentious and complicated. Each parent may have strong opinions about the role they should have in the care and upbringing of their child. Children may Read More

Despite Broad Legal Protections, Connecticut Pedestrians Are Still at Risk

Connecticut provides significant legal protections for pedestrians, including a 2002 law that requires moving traffic to grant the right of way to pedestrians at crosswalks and uncontrolled intersections. However, pedestrians Read More

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