This Week's Blog by Carole T. Orland The Court may appoint a DSM in your divorce case to resolve discovery disputes. Discovery may include production of documents, written responses to questions, and/or Deposition testimony. Utilizing a DSM often saves the parties...
Post Judgment News
Reopening Divorce Judgments on the Basis of Fraud
A divorce judgment may be “reopened” on the basis of fraud, and potentially set aside, if it is discovered after the judgment was issued that a party made intentional material misrepresentations to the Court. Proof of fraud alone is insufficient to have a judgment...
The Connecticut Divorce: What is Family Relations?
This Week's Blog by Christopher J. DeMattie Family Relations offers a wide variety of services to help resolve parenting, custody, and financial disputes in divorce and post-judgment actions. Depending on the service recommended, you can expect to meet with a Family...
The Evolution of Cohabitation
This Week's Blog by Jaime S. Dursht Although the term “cohabitation” is not statutorily defined or even mentioned in the statute itself, it is a well-known concept in Connecticut Family Law referring to grounds to have alimony payments reduced, suspended or terminated...
What is Parental Alienation?
This Week's Blog by Jaime S. Dursht “Parental alienation is the process, and the result, of psychological manipulation of a child into showing unwarranted fear, disrespect or hostility towards a parent and/or other family members. It is a distinctive form of...
Post Judgement – Motions for Contempt
During your divorce proceeding, you and your attorney will work diligently to ensure that your final Separation Agreement is as detailed as possible. But what happens when after the agreement is signed and your divorce is finalized, your spouse decides to disregard...
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