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SAMPLE LEGAL CASES
A blog post about the Panama Papers leak and the legal issues surrounding it.
A blog post about Connecticut standards on no-fault divorce and the differences between a no-fault divorce and a fault divorce.
A blog post about the reasons behind Connecticut's 90-day waiting period and what to do during that time.
A blog post about Connecticut's voyeurism laws.
A blog post about changes made to the Connecticut judicial system for the 2016-17 fiscal year.
A blog post about when and how to make a name change whether a divorce is involved or some other major life event call for it.
A blog post about changes that were made to the alimony system and how women can protect themselves following these new changes.
A blog post about a man's unfortunate mistaken identity which led to his false arrest for multiple days.
A blog post about what steps domestic partners and unmarried couples can take to protect themselves during separation.
A blog post about what default divorce is, how to get one, and when it is useful.
A blog post about how to protect your estate and assets during a divorce.
A blog post about what fees can be tax deductible and which cannot.
A blog post about what forms of protection a court can provide an abused spouse during divorce proceedings.
A blog post about a divorce proceeding being interrupted when a party threatened the judge's life via email.
A blog post about when courts allow for custody and visitation under the grandparents.
A blog post about a case in which a court had to order a mother to return the child to school in Connecticut with the father after the child's visit to Florida during Christmas break.
A blog post about how to handle the marital estate during divorce.
A blog post about the different types of child custody and which types work better with which family situations.
A blog post about the rules and procedures in Connecticut surrounding remarriage and how it affects alimony.
A blog post about a case in which a husband trying to gain an advantage in his divorce litigation by intercepting all private communications was discovered by the courts.