Month: May 2020

Divorce & Family Law Connecticut - Dori Ellen Feltman Attorney at Law

Can I Get Divorced During the Coronavirus?

What does COVID-19 mean for my Connecticut divorce matter? Are the Connecticut Family Courts still closed?  The Connecticut Family Courts remain closed for in-person proceedings except for “Priority 1 Matters” which include domestic violence matters and emergency custody applications.  You do not need to appear for previously scheduled in-person hearings or trials in Court at Read More

How Does the Coronavirus Impact Your Custody Orders?

During Hurricane Sandy, many of us lost our electricity and running water for more than two weeks.  I had a client who unfortunately was in that situation.  She was the custodial parent of a 10-year-old girl.  Her ex-husband had since remarried, and he and his wife had a home in the Cape which had not Read More

Cohabitation – Will Alimony End?

What are the cohabitation laws in CT? Conn. General Statutes §46b-86(b), the so-called “cohabitation statute”, was enacted by the legislature to correct the injustice of making a party pay alimony when his or her ex-spouse is cohabitating with another person, without marrying, for the purpose of preventing the loss of the alimony support order. The Read More

How Does Coronavirus Impact Your Alimony and Child Support Orders?

How Do I Pay My Alimony and Child Support Obligations if My Income is Significantly Reduced as a Result of the Coronavirus Pandemic? The nationwide economic upheaval caused by the COVID-19 epidemic is significantly impacting families. Moms and dads have lost their jobs, their work hours have been significantly cut, they have not received expected Read More