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Family Law – Child Support 101

In Connecticut, in order to be able to determine child support, the parties will first file financial affidavits to the court. They have to put the average of what they’ve earned… Read More

Real Estate Law – What to Do if You Can’t Afford Your Home

There are many options available if you cannot afford to keep your home. You can sell your home and keep any proceeds above and beyond the closing costs and what… Read More

Advantages of Chapter 7

If you feel that you are not going to be able to pay your bills, chapter 7 bankruptcy may be an option. Chapter 7 bankruptcy allows people who are under… Read More

Family Law – Separation Agreement

During the 90 day waiting period, people try to work out all of the issues that need to be resolved in the divorce. A separation agreement is prepared that covers… Read More

Bankruptcy Law – Bankruptcy Preparation

To prepare for bankruptcy, these are the things that you need to do.  You need to take a credit counseling class prior to filing bankruptcy and you need to take… Read More

How To Handle An Uninsured Motorist Accident

Being in an auto or motorcycle accident is stressful enough. Add to that stress the added burden of the at-fault motorist not having insurance and you have many things to… Read More

Child Custody Disagreements

If the parents cannot agree on who will have custody of the children, then a motion for a family relations custody study must be filed with the court.  Family relations… Read More

Falling Behind on Mortgage Payments

When people first call me because they have a problem paying their mortgage, the first thing I do is tell them they need to contact the lender. It is very… Read More

There Is No Time To Waste After Car Accident Injury

Car accident injuries and property damage range from mild to severe. Being hurt in a car accident means you need to seek immediate medical attention, no matter how minor your… Read More

Family Law – Legal Separation Advantages

People come into my office and are not sure if they want to be divorced or legally separated. The only difference between a divorce and legal separation is that parties… Read More