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WHY BUDGET? You may have yawned (or cringed) when you read the title of this article, but please keep reading. This information is important for anyone who has ever worried about money or been in financial distress, which is almost everyone. We’ve all been told over and over again to budget. But few people actually...
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The District of Connecticut has selected Dinah Milton Kinney to serve as Clerk of Court. Kinney will officially assume the role of Clerk of Court on January 1, 2022, replacing outgoing Clerk Robin DeKam Tabora upon her retirement.Prior to her recent appointment by the Board of Judges, Kinney held the position of Chief Deputy Clerk...
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I love the summer, but by the time it draws to an end and the leaves start changing, I get excited for autumn in the Northeast. For me, fall signifies hiking through the foliage, apple cider, and of course, all things pumpkin! If you’ve got that fall pumpkin craving, check out these awesome and inexpensive...
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Probate Court Administrator Beverly K. Streit-Kefalas announced a series of changes to the state’s Regional Children’s Probate Courts. Probate Courts assist annually in thousands of children’s matters which include temporary custody and guardianship, termination of parental rights, visitation, adoption, emancipation and paternity. The state’s six Regional Children’s Probate Courts employ a collaborative model that emphasizes...
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The Census Bureau will not release updated median income totals by state and family size in 2021 due to data quality issues associated with the COVID-19 pandemic. As a result, the U.S. Trustee Program will not post updated median income totals until a Consumer Price Index adjustment in spring 2022. SOURCE: U.S. Trustee
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You are thinking about buying a car, but are not long out of bankruptcy. What can you do to increase your chances of qualifying for a loan without having to pay a sky-high interest rate? Here are 10 suggestions: 1. Take some time to rebuild your credit and save for a down payment. You can...
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As of October 1st, the Connecticut Homestead Exemption goes from $75,000 to $250,000. This is the most significant change in the bankruptcy laws for decades! Watch the video below to learn more. In addition, Public Act 21-161 also increases the Connecticut Vehicle Exemption and creates a new exemption for the cash value of life insurance...
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House Bill No. 6466   Public Act No. 21-161     AN  ACT  CONCERNING  PROPERTY  THAT  IS  EXEMPT  FROM  A JUDGMENT CREDITOR. Be  it  enacted  by  the  Senate  and  House  of  Representatives  in  General Assembly convened:   Section 1. Section 52-352b of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof...
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Beginning in October, 2021, but subject to change depending upon developments in COVID-19 pandemic conditions, Family Court will begin to conduct in person certain proceedings which have to this point been conducted primarily by remote video. The precise date of commencement of these changes may vary from district to district. APPLICABLE COVID-19 SAFETY PROTOCOLS WILL...
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Constance Baker Motley was an unlikely civil rights hero. An African American who grew up near Yale University, she did not personally experience overt racism until late in high school, and as a young person she was almost totally unaware of black history. But from the late 1940s through the early 1960s, Motley played a...
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