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Women Judges Reflect on Constance Baker Motley’s Legacy Constance Baker Motley was the first African American woman to argue a case before the Supreme Court, and the first to serve as a federal judge. For all her achievements, Motley’s most-lasting legacy may be the generations of women she inspired to pursue careers in the law....
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Mediation is a less adversarial alternative to litigation for individuals who are involved in a contested case. In mediation, a specially trained neutral third party, known as a mediator, facilitates discussion among the parties and seeks creative ways to resolve their dispute. The goal of mediation is to help the parties achieve their own voluntary...
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Bankruptcy is public record. Fortunately, it is not easily accessible to the general public as someone looking would have to go to the Clerk’s Office or register on the PACER online system to look up the information. It does report on your credit report for 7 to 10 years (depending on the credit reporting bureau)...
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Notice to Guardians Kinship & Family Respite Grants As a court-appointed guardian, you may be eligible to receive money from the Kinship Fund and Family Respite Fund Programs. Please see the guidelines for each fund listed below The Kinship Fund makes grants to guardians in the amount of $500 per child per year, up to...
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Matters involving the care and guardianship of children are among the most sensitive and difficult the Probate Courts handle. With no room for error, courts must sort through family and socio-economic issues to determine outcomes that are in the best interests of the children. Probate Courts handle the following situations: removing unfit parents as guardians of their children; hearing the claims...
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Court Service Centers are located in Superior Courthouses, and are open in most locations from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. weekdays, except on legal holidays. Resources and Services available at most Court Service Centers. What are Court Service Centers? Court Service Centers provide services for self-represented parties, members of the bar, and the community at...
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The Connecticut Judicial Branch has long been committed to carrying out the objectives of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Title II of the ADA requires public entities, such as the Connecticut Judicial Branch, to accommodate individuals with disabilities by providing equal access to their services, programs, and activities. These web pages have been designed...
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The Judicial Branch is committed to providing the public with equal access to its facilities, proceedings, programs and materials, consistent with the Americans with Disabilities Act, or the ADA. A qualified individual is someone who has a physical or mental impairment that substantially limits one or more major life activities; someone who has a record...
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I am the Fundraising Chairwoman for the Milford Network of Executive Women this year. Our mission is to raise funds for scholarships for women. In that regard we are hosting an event called “I Dissent: A Celebration of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg” on March 2, 2023.  This event will be a one-woman, one-act play at...
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The Justice Department announced today that Attorney General Merrick B. Garland has selected Tara Twomey to serve as Director of the U.S. Trustee Program (USTP) at the Department of Justice. “The United States Trustee Program plays a critical role in ensuring the fairness of the bankruptcy process — including by providing impartial oversight and protecting...
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