The pandemic is pushing up the divorce rate

The pandemic has forced many of us to spend a lot more time at home. While some couples and families enjoy all this together, it has had the opposite effect on other couples who feel trapped under the same roof day and night. This has led to a spike in the divorce...

Divorced spouses of tax cheats may avoid punishment

Disagreements over money, financial priorities and spending are a common reason for couples to divorce. During the process of filing, financial improprieties may come to light, such as a secret credit card, money spent on addiction or even cheating on taxes....

Can an existing child custody order be modified?

A child custody agreement is often one of the most contentious parts of a divorce decree. Ideally, the end result serves the best interests of the children but not over-burdensome to the parents. However, circumstances change over time. Well-drafted agreements will...

Parental alienation is difficult to overcome

People divorce for any number of good reasons. One that is particularly applicable is when the spouse seems to go out of their way to diminish their partner in a hurtful and emotional manner. It can become worse during or after the divorce. One of the worst examples...

How long does a personal injury lawsuit take?

This is one of the first questions that many potential clients ask when they sit down for an initial consultation. It is also one of the hardest to answer. Generally speaking, it will take between a few months and more than a year during normal times. This time frame...

Fall driving can lead to injuries

Many argue that the fall season is the best that Connecticut has to offer. The trees’ leaves change from green into infinite shades of yellow, red, orange, and gold. There are opportunities to see migrating birds passing through, and the local wildlife is active...