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As many of you know, the Homestead Exemption was set at $75, 000 in 1993 and remained unchanged until 2021 when it was raised to $250,000. Unfortunately, the new law was challenged and remains on appeal. Briefs are due on November 21, 2022 and hopefully we will have a final decision soon. Check back for...
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This recipe is perfect for a cozy Thanksgiving evening. It is warm and delicious, fancy enough for a holiday and best of all: easy and budget friendly. Made with many ingredients you likely have on hand, this simple, homey, old-fashioned recipe can be made with any bread. I used plain French brioche and surprisingly you...
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Historically, each April and November the United States Trustee publishes new means test guidelines. Today, November 1, 2022, we see new guidelines published that increase and decrease across the board depending on your household size. If you would like to know if you qualify to file Bankruptcy, please contact me for a free consultation and...
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For the past several years I have had the privilege of sharing a beautiful office space on Cherry Street in Milford with one of the most brilliant attorneys in our state, Edmund (Ned) Q. Collier. But my private office in the building was subterranean and sometimes hard to find. So I decided it was time to come up...
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It’s a random Tuesday, the doorbell rings. You get up to answer it. The person on the other side of the door asks you if you are…[your name]…and when you say “yes?” (Unsure at that moment if you want to be yourself and simultaneously wondering why they are asking.) And they say, “You‘ve been served.”...
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Back-to-school season can be stressful for many kids and their parents — especially when scammers are back to work with online school shopping scams. But there are ways to get your school shopping done while avoiding scams that cost you valuable time and money. Once you’ve got the list of teacher-approved school supplies and taken...
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Support Enforcement Services (SES) is part of the Judicial Branch, Court Operations Division. We work with other state agencies to operate the Connecticut Child Support Program. We enforce and seek modification of child support orders. SES is dedicated to providing accurate information and appropriate services in a prompt, courteous and professional manner. SES also recognizes...
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The bankruptcy process can provide a fresh financial start for consumers who cannot pay their debts, either because of insolvency or insufficient income to meet creditor demands. Personal bankruptcy generally works in one of two ways: liquidating assets to pay one’s debts under Chapter 7 of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code or establishing a repayment plan under Chapter 13 of...
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A redesigned, more mobile-friendly homepage of the Judicial Branch’s website will go live on Monday, Aug. 8, 2022, Chief Court Administrator Judge Patrick L. Carroll III announced Friday, Aug. 5, 2022. Judge Carroll also thanked the Judicial Branch’s Web Board and Information Technology Division for their work on the project. The Web Board is comprised...
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