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DIVORCE BASICS: Family Relations Services and the Parenting Education Program in Connecticut

If you have any questions about divorce in Connecticut, please contact Joseph Maya at 203-221-3100 or by email at JMaya@mayalaw.com. Family Relations Services Family Relations representatives are trained social workers and/or mediators who work for the State of Connecticut. Their primary objective is to assist parties in reaching agreements.  In the event the parties are… Read More

DIVORCE BASICS: Summons and Complaint, Service of Process, Automatic Orders, and Case Management Date

If you have any questions about divorce in Connecticut, please contact Joseph Maya at 203-221-3100 or by email at JMaya@mayalaw.com. Summons and Complaint To initially file an action for divorce, a “pro se” spouse (one proceeding without a lawyer) must obtain three forms from the office of the clerk, or from the judicial branch website… Read More

DIVORCE BASICS: “No Fault” or “For Fault,” Residency and Venue, and Filing Fees in Connecticut

If you have any questions about divorce in Connecticut, please contact Joseph Maya at 203-221-3100 or by email at JMaya@mayalaw.com. No Fault? In Connecticut, litigants have the option of filing “no fault” or for fault if the criteria for one of the statutory grounds is met. The general rule in Connecticut, and other “no-fault” jurisdictions,… Read More

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