LEGAL GUIDE
Written by attorney Gregory A Allen | Mar 21, 2017

Preparing for a Day in Family Court

When it is your case and your family, no day in Family Court is without stress. Going to court prepared will help. Generally speaking, you will likely need several documents with you while in court. If you prepare them in advance your day in court will go much easier and be far less stressful.

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There are additional resources available at www.Jud.ct.gov for those who want to handle their own family case. There are a lot of rules, procedures and forms to learn and go over. Spending time on preparation for your day in court will help you a lot once you are there. It can be too overwhelming to just show up in court and "go with the flow".

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