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January 2020 Archives

Could eminent domain reform be coming to Connecticut?

Most people across Connecticut still remember the eminent domain dispute that resulted in the 2005 Supreme Court case of Kelo v. City of New London. It caught the attention of the entire nation when Susette Kelo’s property was seized by the city for public development.

3 times a postnuptial agreement usually makes sense

Even though marriage ceremonies are often full of family members, friends, flowers and cake, a marriage is a legal contract between two spouses and the government. Still, many couples do not view their marriage as a formal agreement. If the union eventually fails, though, divorcing spouses must divide marital property, settle custody matters and tackle other challenges. 

Connecticut liquor law violations many, diverse

Some business realms across Connecticut and nationally operate with a comparative lack of regulatory restrictions. That is, their owners and managers conduct their enterprises without having to routinely deal with a complex overlay of rules and regulations.

Relevant numbers re American households and linked custody questions

The United States has always been a nation centrally spotlighted for wide-ranging reasons. In fact, the country is an exemplar of uniqueness in many realms, ranging from its singular history to the composition and character of its people.

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