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Did you know I wrote a book? Yeah, I don’t really talk about it that much so I was kind of caught off guard when my friends recently asked me about it on their podcast! Click HERE to listen to the Success Showcase Episode 198 about my book Tiger Tactics: Powerful Strategies for Winning Law Firms.
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All attorneys will be required to order transcripts utilizing a new online ordering system located within E-Services at https://sso.eservices.jud.ct.gov/TranscriptReq. Please note, this link will not be operational until January 3, 2022. In addition, if you are not an attorney, but are enrolled in E-Services, you may also use the online transcript ordering system. Those individuals...
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Last week I posted a video about the Homestead Exemption. Afterwards, lots of folks asked me if they qualify for it. In order to determine that, you first have to calculate your home equity. But how do you do that? It’s as easy as 1, 2, 3! 1. Determine your home’s value; 2. Add up...
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When life gives you bad bananas, make banana bead. Here’s how: Preheat the oven to 350 degrees. In a large mixing bowl add 1 cup of sugar, 1/4 cup of vegetable oil and cream together. Add 2 eggs, 1 cup of bad bananas (peeled and mashed) and 2 cups of Bisquick. Nuts are optional. Pour into buttered and...
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Supreme & Appellate Courts Connecticut’s Supreme and Appellate Courts are hearing oral arguments remotely. Civil Non-arguable motions marked take papers on civil short calendar 10 and all Indical calendars are being ruled on remotely by judges and processed remotely by clerks. Arguable motions on Indical calendars marked ready are being scheduled for a remote hearing...
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Below is a summary of the best practices identified throughout this guide and a checklist that you may find useful in preparing for your hearing. Prior to the scheduling of your hearing: √ Obtain an e-mail address, if you do not already have one. √ Confirm whether the device you plan to use (computer, smartphone, tablet)...
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Message Regarding Remote Family Pretrials and Status Conferences from Honorable Michael A. Albis, Chief Administrative Judge: Please Do Not File Motions for Continuance. In preparation for an increased level of operations during the COVID-19 public health emergency, the Family Division is scheduling pretrials and status conferences with the intention of reviewing every pending family matter....
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Arraignments The criminal courts conduct arraignments for those cases where an individual is either held in custody or is charged with a domestic violence offense. Courts are now using video conferencing in these arraignments to allow for appropriate social distancing during these proceedings. The participants in the criminal arraignments (the state’s attorneys, the public defenders,...
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The CARES Act was signed into law. “Bankruptcy Changes: CARES Act § 1113(b) excludes stimulus checks and other payments from being considered as income for purposes of the chapter 7 means test and for determining in chapter 13 cases the amount to pay unsecured creditors. These payments are excluded from “currently monthly income” under Bankruptcy...
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