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Consumer Legal Services, LLC BLOG

With the holidays right around the corner you feel as though this should be that time when everyone is spreading the cheer, but it seems more like everything has stayed the same or gotten worse. Unfortunately, the holidays won’t be what they were last year, whether it be because your travel plans got cancelled or...
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About two dozen U.S. district courts have posted orders that suspend jury trials or grand jury proceedings, and scale back other courthouse activities in response to a sharp nationwide rise in coronavirus (COVID-19) cases. The surge in new court orders in recent weeks marks a significant pause in efforts by federal courts to resume full...
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Beginning Monday November 16, 2020, it will become mandatory for attorneys and law firms without an exemption from electronic services to submit electronically in PDF format all exhibit documents on paperless Civil and Family matters, for all hearings and trials scheduled after Monday November 16, 2020. Electronic submission of exhibits will be optional for self-represented...
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Are you struggling with your marriage? Do you wish you could get divorced quickly? Has it been difficult to hire a lawyer? Do you have some semblance of an agreement? Have you often wanted to get a divorce but just didn’t know where to start? Mediation is the answer to all of these questions: Divorce...
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Are you struggling with debt? Do you wish you could start over? Do you sometimes find it challenging to just meet your basic needs like rent/mortgage or even groceries? Has it been difficult to get credit to buy a car or a house? Have you looked for a solution to your debt but still feel...
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ADDRESSING CLIENTS’ NEEDS DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC October 8, 2020   What happened since October 1, 2020:   Connecticut Eviction Moratorium Extended through December 31, 2020:  Governor Lamont issued Executive Order 9E extending the Connecticut eviction moratorium for some tenants.   What Executive Order 9E does: Prohibits the service of a Notice to Quit or...
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ADDRESSING CLIENTS’ NEEDS DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC October 2, 2020   What happened since September 24, 2020:   Connecticut Eviction Moratorium Extended through December 31, 2020:  Governor Lamont issued Executive Order 9E extending the Connecticut eviction moratorium for some tenants. However, landlords may serve Notices to Quit and Summary Process complaints for serious nuisance, a...
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Fall is my second favorite time of year (first is Summer). And now that is upon us all I want to do is open all my windows, light all my pumpkin spice candles, make apple crips and sit on couch with my hot apple cider with the cinnamon rim and binge watch Gilmore Girls. And...
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1. This Standing Order is effective immediately and applies to all mortgage foreclosure actions filed on or after the date of this Order, as well as to previously filed mortgage foreclosure actions that have not gone to final judgment. 2. The purpose of this Standing Order is to ensure that no mortgage foreclosure action is...
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