A former advertising executive serving 70 years in prison for kidnapping his ex-wife and burning down their house has lost his legal appeal.
Conn. task force: judiciary should consider capping fees of court-appointed guardians in child custody cases
According to a recent study by the University at Buffalo Research Institute on Addictions (RIA), couples where only one spouse was a heavy drinker had a much higher divorce rate than other couples.
One of Connecticut’s longest running legal cases is showing no signs of nearing a final resolution after 10 years and nearly 600 motions and rulings.
Newly public divorce paperwork shows that the mother of Connecticut school shooter Adam Lanza had the authority to make all decisions regarding his upbringing.
A man whose child unknowingly had gun parts and ammunition hidden inside stuffed animals in his carry-on bag was involved in a custody dispute, officials at Rhode Island’s main airport said Wednesday.
A trial has been scheduled for next month for a Connecticut man accused of kidnapping his ex-wife and holding her hostage for hours before burning down the house they once shared.
Credit Suisse Group AG chief executive Brady Dougan owes his wife more than $750,000 in interest for being 12 days late with a $7.5 million divorce-related payment, the state Supreme Court ruled Monday.
Connecticut’s second-highest court has ruled that ex-NFL player and investment firm founder Bob Simms can’t sue his ex-wife’s lawyers for alleged fraud in a long-running divorce and alimony case.
By DAVE COLLINS, Associated Press HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) _ A man charged with burning down his beach home hours before he was supposed to give it to his estranged wife can sue the home’s insurer […]