Recreational Marijuana Use is now Legal in Connecticut. How does that impact your divorce or custody agreement?
Do you have an underlying divorce or custody agreement that prohibits the use of illegal substances? Or does it reflect language regarding usage only for medical purposes? Check out this article for information as to how this may pertain to your prior family law agreement, or, how it may impact a future agreement.
Dear Attorneys Column
This month, you’ve asked us if you can purchase real estate individually if you are married. Check out our answer in our Dear Attorneys Column.
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Wolf & Shore is still providing tele-law services!
We are thankful that the State of Connecticut is opening back up. However, we are also cognizant of the fact that many people still want, or need, virtual services. Wolf & Shore Law Group will continue to offer tele-law services for consultations, mediations, negotiations and general client meetings. We can serve our clients virtually for most aspects of their cases. Or, we can meet with clients in person as needed. Wolf & Shore Law Group is here to make your legal matter as easy as possible. Check out our new booking calendar to schedule your consultation today!
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