The court system in Connecticut will often create court orders for matters of family law that should always be abided. However, there are also always going to be those who fail to comply with court orders and create more trouble for all involved. Some of the situations for which a court order would be enforced…

When a couple that has children together gets divorced in Connecticut, there are a number of different custody options that may be granted. In some situations, one parent will be given sole custody of the child/children and the other parent will only be granted visitation rights. Sole custody is a less common method of child…

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When a custody agreement is made in Connecticut, it is legally binding and can only be modified through official legal means. There have been situations in which one parent is granted custody but over time, the relationship between the parent and the child may become strained. The parent may want to relinquish the custody of…

When a child is involved in a legal dispute because of their parents and they are not old enough to make decisions for themselves, a person may be appointed by the court to act as a guide for the judge and advocate for the child. An attorney for a minor child serves to be the…

Many times, family law matters involve children who are too young to speak for themselves or have any understanding of what is going on. In some situations, the court may appoint someone to speak and make decisions on behalf of the child. This person is known as the Guardian ad Litem, or GAL. They serve…

Many times, people find themselves in volatile situations regarding their family members but are hesitant to bring legal action against the party or parties at fault. What you should realize is that sometimes going to family court and taking legal action against one of your family members is the only way you will solve your…

During a divorce, parents will decide who gets to spend the most time with the child. The parent that is with the child more than 50-percent of the time is known as the custodial parent. The parent that does not have the majority of the custody of the child will likely be granted visitation rights….

When a custody agreement is first created during a divorce, one parent will likely have the child more than 50-percent of the time. This parent is considered to have physical or legal custody, meaning that they spend the majority of the time with the child and make all of the important decisions regarding the child’s…

Grandparents can be a very important figure in a child’s life and play a major role in providing them with care. However, when a child’s parents get divorced, there may be situations in which the parents of the non-custodial parent are denied visitation rights after the custody agreement is made. The grandparents can go to…

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