Efforts are underway in Connecticut and other states to address concerns about the costs of divorce and child custody cases.
A judge has denied an emergency application for child custody filed by the sister of a Connecticut woman fatally shot by police after attempting to ram her car through a White House barrier.
State troopers have arrested a Bridgeport police sergeant who accused state police of kidnapping his 2-year-old grandson during a custody dispute.
Connecticut has stopped paying a federal fee to cover administrative costs associated with child support payments, and is instead passing the bill on to custodial parents.
The state Supreme Court ruled unanimously Thursday that lower court judges denied a Waterbury-area man his right to contest child neglect allegations before he and his girlfriend lost parental rights to their two young children.