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2 Answers | Asked in Child Custody and Family Law for Connecticut on
Q: Just hired a lawyer for 3k for my custody case but the lawyer wants to take a long approach to an easy case. what do ido

i am the custodial parent to my son and his mother according to juvenile court is allowed no less than 2 days visitation, currently i allow 2 days a week plus every other weekend. She is originally from florida and i would like to move back to florida asap. you would think this would be an easy... Read more »

Linda Ann Subbloie
Linda Ann Subbloie answered on Jan 16, 2020

I don't have enough information to question the lawyer's intentions. Does your son's mother already agree you can move back to Florida, even if she does not? Because, if she doesn't (or don't you know?) then this is a battle. You can't just up and move without a court order and if she will not... Read more »

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Q: My son is 4 months. He’s a junior, is there anyway I can change his first name without the father?

He will still have his fathers middle and last name

Linda Ann Subbloie
Linda Ann Subbloie answered on Jan 14, 2020

No, most likely not.

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1 Answer | Asked in Family Law for Connecticut on
Q: Can my mother summon me to court?

She does not have custody of me and I am a legal adult now. It is a strained relationship to put simply.

Linda Ann Subbloie
Linda Ann Subbloie answered on Jan 11, 2020

If you are 18 years of age then your mother can not control you.

1 Answer | Asked in Family Law for Connecticut on
Q: Hi my name is Amanda and I have a question? I have been with my boyfriend for 2 and half years we have twin girls .

It has become a violent relationship. We are not married but he tells me in order to leave him I have to give him half of tax return ? Do I have to? Is he entitled to my money if he didn't work at all I was the soul provider

Linda Ann Subbloie
Linda Ann Subbloie answered on Jan 11, 2020

NO! That's ridiculous. You don't have to give him anything! You can move out anytime so long as there is no court order in place prohibiting you.

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Q: My ex husbands attorney filed a QDRO after our divorce but she entered the wrong %. What do I do?

The QDRO she filed said to pay me 50% of my ex’s savings plan and pension. But in the divorce decree I am supposed to get 60%. It’s been 3years. I just noticed it.

Linda Ann Subbloie
Linda Ann Subbloie answered on Dec 3, 2019

You need to file a motion with the court requesting the court to order that the QDRO be corrected, since a judge most likely signed the QDRO and it needs to be redone.

1 Answer | Asked in Landlord - Tenant and Real Estate Law for Connecticut on
Q: can i quiet a title if i was awarded the property in a divorce but my ex wife quit claimed it to a third party?

i was awarded our marital property in a divorce but my ex wife quit claimed it to a third party. who thinks and feels they own the property but we both have a recorded deed? how can i quiet their title? or what course of action do i take

Linda Ann Subbloie
Linda Ann Subbloie answered on Dec 3, 2019

I would need more information to provide a good answer, for instance, when did your ex wife quit claim the property to the third party and under what circumstances. Furthermore, I am assuming you did not sign the quit claim deed to the third party. If not, then your wife may have only quit claimed... Read more »

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