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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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One thing that comes with being in the military is almost constant change — new cities, new homes, new friends — and new cars. As part of Military Consumer Month, if you’re thinking about buying a new car or truck, know that service-members and their families are often targets of fraudulent car dealers. Some unscrupulous...
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Scammers exploiting the high demand for baby formula have sunk to new lows. They’re popping up online and tricking desperate parents and caregivers into paying steep prices for formula that never arrives. Scammers may set up fake websites or profiles on social media platforms with product images and logos of well-known formula brands — all...
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QUARTERLY UPDATE ON ISSUES AFFECTING OUR CLIENTS First Quarter, 2022 Beginning in March 2020, the Connecticut Fair Housing Center sent daily (then weekly, then monthly) updates to Connecticut’s leaders and partners on the issues affecting our clients. We included resources for how to address those issues. While some effects of the pandemic have disappeared, our...
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Consumer Tip: Make once, eat twice! Sheet Pan Chicken Fajitas…a great meal to make on a weekend and enjoy again for quick lunch or dinner during the week. Ingredients: 2 lbs. of Chicken Tenderloins 3 Bell Peppers of any color 1 Yellow Onion 1 Lime 2 Packets of Fajita Seasoning Olive Oil Directions: Preheat oven...
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When I was a kid my mother would get us Irish Soda Bread once a year from the local bakery. It had raisins and caraway seeds in it. I thought it was a cross between raisin bread and rye bread. Simply put, I thought it was gross! As an adult, I have a friend that...
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