This Week's Blog by Eric J. Broder What is a Guardian Ad Litem in a Connecticut Divorce Case? In the event that the parties cannot reach a resolution on parenting or custodial matters, a Guardian Ad Litem (GAL) is often appointed by the Court, either directly by the...
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How Do I Take a Deposition of an Out-of-State Witness in my Connecticut Divorce Case?
This Week's Blog by Sarah E. Murray A deposition of an out-of-state witness usually requires an Order from the Court Once ordered in Connecticut, further litigation regarding the deposition can occur in the state where the witness lives The deposition of the...
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...
Is it Legal to Record Conversations in Connecticut?
There is a difference between recording in-person conversations and recording phone conversations. Clients often think that recordings will provide helpful evidence in a divorce proceeding. This is usually true only in extreme circumstances (such as abuse or serious...
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