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Connecticut rules on contracts regarding embryos in divorce

People will go to whatever lengths necessary to have children if that is what they want to do. Surrogacy and adoption used to be the only options beyond pregnancy and biological children, but technology has leaped ahead, and the law occasionally needs to catch up.

Connecticut may make child safety the first priority in custody

Children are the future of our families, our nation and our world. They deserve all of the protections we can give them to assure their safe and constructive upbringing. Good parents rarely have a problem with that. But, the protections that families and the government of Connecticut afford children can seem weak when divorce, separation and other events make them victims of adult's decisions.

New Connecticut law reduces probate court authority in family law

Connecticut uses a system of probate courts to help people access the basic functions of the law with relative ease. After all, courts should serve the needs of the people who need their help the most. Probate courts are where guardians, inheritors and many other types of people learn their status and have their cases heard.

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