Monthly Archives: May 2020

The Judicial Branch is Expanding its Remote Capabilities

FamilyParties who have non-adversarial divorces or a temporary agreement may have their family court cases approved and ordered.The Judicial Branch implemented a new procedure for the remote filing of temporary restraining orders.Parties who have a final agreement may have their family court cases resolved without having to come to court.Family pretrials and status conferences are…

Limited Operations to Resume in Three Currently Closed Courthouses

The Connecticut Judicial Branch is targeting the partial resumption of operations in three courthouses starting Monday, June 8, 2020. The three courthouses are: the Middlesex Judicial District Courthouse in Middletown, Rockville’s Geographical Area No. 19 Courthouse, and the Litchfield Judicial District Courthouse at Torrington. Priority 1 business – for example, arraignments of defendants held on…

Get Divorced Without Appearing In Court

We are proud to announce that within three days of the Judiciary providing the needed documents to finalize a divorce without requiring the presence of the parties in Court, pursuant to the Governor’s Executive Order No. 7CC, The Law Office of Cecilia Buck-Taylor, PC was successful in obtaining a divorce decree in a pending case….