Monthly Archives: January 2016

Connecticut Citizens Need to Learn Probate Reform From Colorado Reform Efforts

The Har Company, L.L.C., is a private consulting firm dedicated to empowering families in probate courts. Colorado and the Pro Se Litigant-References verified per Code, Case, and Constitution, Article 2: Constitution Article 2 section 6 “Courts of justice shall be open … Continue reading

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“deducted $7 million in legal fees.” – Local case could change Connecticut’s attorney disciplinary system – a jury awarded $58.6 million — the largest medical malpractice award in Connecticut history — to Danny

A Wilton 12-year-old named Danny finds himself in the middle of an attorney misconduct controversy that has the potential to change Connecticut’s attorney disciplinary system. The case involves millions of dollars and “some of the best-known and well-connected attorneys in … Continue reading

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