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How Is Alimony Calculated In Connecticut?

Unlike child support, Connecticut law does not offer a precise formula for calculating alimony, also referred to as spousal support or spousal …

Answered by Thomas P. Parrino

How Is Property Divided In A Connecticut Divorce?

Connecticut law requires that marital property be divided in a manner that is fair and equitable in a divorce. This does not necessarily mean that …

Answered by Thomas P. Parrino

How Is Child Custody Determined In Connecticut?

Connecticut law dictates that child custody arrangements should be determined based on what is in the best interest of the child, with courts …

Answered by Thomas P. Parrino

Who pays my medical bills after a Connecticut car crash?

If you are injured in a car accident and have medical payments coverage (med pay) under your car insurance policy, your car insurance will pay your …

Answered by Matthew Maddox

What should I do after a car accident in Connecticut?

If you have been involved in a car accident, it is important to do a few things to both protect your well-being and your legal interests.  If …

Answered by Adele R. Jacobs

Should I hire a lawyer for sexting, child pornography, sexual assault or risk of injury in Connecticut?

Child pornography, sexual assault or risk of injury are all serious crimes in Connecticut, and sexting can be a crime if the pictures are of a minor …

Answered by Frederic S. Ury

Do I need a lawyer to file or remove a mechanic’s lien in Connecticut?

Mechanic’s liens allow contractors, subcontractors or material suppliers to get paid for work they have performed by recording a lien against …

Answered by Neal L. Moskow

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