Monthly Archives: May 2015

Connecticut Probate Issue?: Feds Arrest Lawyer In Charge Of Oxford Woman’s Estate

NEW HAVEN — The multi-million-dollar estate of a wealthy Naugatuck Valley resident became the piggy bank for a Woodbury elder lawyer, according to the FBI and State Police. The actions of Peter M. Clark allegedly cheated Oxford out of millions … Continue reading

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Connecticut: So how do you get the press to listen to your court story?

ANNE STEVENSON’S PRESENTATION AT THE BATTERED WOMEN’S CUSTODY CONFERENCE 2015! I first became involved in this issue when a group of parents came to me and wanted their stories heard and asked me to find a journalist who would write … Continue reading

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