Statute Of Limitations For Medical Malpractice Lawsuits
A statute of limitations has been established in every state in order to encourage the potential plaintiffs to go ahead with their claims while discouraging those who want to file… Read More
The Bankruptcy Process and What You Should Know (Video)
Are you thinking about filing for bankruptcy in Connecticut? Watch this video by Attorney David G. Volman where he discusses the bankruptcy process and what are the important aspects that… Read More
Child Custody In Connecticut (Video)
Learn about Connecticut’s Child Custody laws by attorney David G. Volman.
How do Grounds for Divorce Work in Connecticut?
People always wonder if they have to have grounds for divorce. Connecticut is a no-fault divorce state. You don’t have to prove fault to get divorced. You can just claim… Read More
Do I Need Grounds For Divorce in Connecticut?
People always wonder if they have to have grounds for divorce. Connecticut is a no-fault divorce state. You don’t have to prove fault to get divorced. You can just claim irreconcilable differences,… Read More
What Occurs During the Mediation Process?
During the mediation, you will go meet with the mediator first in the pre-mediation process. There they will go over the entire process with you and tell you what you’re… Read More
What Happens if Your Spouse Doesn’t Pay Child Support?
If you don’t pay your child support, your spouse can file a motion of contempt against you and the court can incarcerate you. If you see that you cannot afford… Read More
Will Filing For Bankruptcy Ruin My Life?
Just because you filed bankruptcy does not mean that your life is over. You will still be able to purchase a car, to lease a car, to buy a home… Read More
What is Important to Know About Equitable Distribution in Connecticut?
People always want to know what they are entitled to when they get divorced. In Connecticut, all spouses are entitled to 50% of all assets accrued during the marriage. They… Read More
How Does Alimony Work in Bridgeport, Connecticut?
In Connecticut, either party can request alimony. Alimony is based on many circumstances including the earning capacity of the parties, the ability to acquire future assets. The rule of thumb… Read More