Monthly Archives: April 2014

Connecticut Family Court Update: Bill S.B. No. 494 It passed passed 35-0 in the Senate and 129-0 in the House

CHRISTINE STUART PHOTO Sen. John Kissel The General Assembly passed a bill Friday that would change how Connecticut’s family court system operates when it comes to contested child custody cases. The bill gets one step closer to reforming how guardian ad litems, … Continue reading

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Connecticut Family Court: Businessman spends over $300,000 doesn’t get to see his kids

This is the guy who initiated the Connecticut Task Force. He has spent over $300,000 in legal fees and he is still obstructed from seeing his kids without justification. Connecticut is the epicenter for family law corruption reform. It will … Continue reading

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Connecticut Family Court: We respectfully ask the entire State Legislature to amend Bill SB00494

Source: http://www.change.org/petitions/connecticut-state-legislature-and-dannel-malloy-amend-sb00494 Petitioning Connecticut State Legislature This petition will be delivered to: Connecticut State Legislature Connecticut Gov. Dannel Malloy Amend SB00494 On April 1, 2014, the Judiciary Committee voted to send their version of Bill SB00494 to the entire legislature … Continue reading

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Connecticut: “uncover which court shafts citizens worse – probate or family.”

Cool Justice: Courageous legislator on CT Family Court: ‘It sure ain’t America’      Submitted by CT House Democrats. Edwin Vargas Pay no attention to the men and women behind the curtain. Submitted by CT House Democrats. Minnie González Source:http://www.nhregister.com/opinion/20140331/cool-justice-courageous-legislator-on-ct-family-court-it-sure-aint-america All … Continue reading

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