if one party has been incarcerated for child support? at the divorce trial how will it impact the child custody??? what is the best decision to be taken prior to trial if one party in jail?? Need the expert advice from attorney......
Judge Winslow is unlikely to conduct a trial if one party is in jail. He will need to get current on child support and be present in court. Good luck.
If there is a sound reason for not waiting until your husband is released, you may always petition the Court to have your husband brought into court for the case management date. If an agreement has been worked out, your attorney should be able to bring the agreement into court and present it for the Court's approval.
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People who are incarcerated can get divorced in Connecticut. If you are incarcerated in Connecticut the other party can have the incarcerated person transported to the court for the court appearance.
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