Archives

Certificate of Appreciation Presented to Attorney Buck-Taylor by the Town of New Milford

Mayor Pete Bass of the Town of New Milford presented a Certificate of Appreciation to Attorney Cecilia Buck-Taylor for her selfless dedication, commitment and sharing of her time and talents to serve the community of New Milford. Attorney Buck-Taylor who has a long running history serving the community of New Milford is honored to receive…

Attorney Buck-Taylor is Available for your Mediation Needs

Attorney Cecilia Buck-Taylor has been a certified Family Mediator for many years having received her certification from The Quinnipiac Center on Dispute Resolution over twelve years ago. Her training and her years of practical experience as a mediator provide her with the exceptional ability to successfully work with couples to resolve their marital disputes. She…

21 Best Probate Attorneys by Expertise

The Law Office of Cecilia Buck-Taylor, P.C. has been listed by Expertise as a top Probate Attorney. https://www.expertise.com/ct/waterbury/probate-lawyers

Friends, Clients and Colleagues – If you haven’t heard already, I have sold the building at 15 Bennett Street in New Milford where my office is located. But have no fear, I have leased the office space back from the buyer, 15 Bennett Street LLC, and we are happily continuing with the legal practice. It…

TEMPORARY HOUSING ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS INITIATIVES

Temporary Rental Housing Assistance Payments (DOH) It is anticipated that this program will launch on or about July 15, 2020. Initial priority for assistance will be targeted at individuals and families who have been denied unemployment assistance from the Department of Labor. If you are unemployed/under-employed and have not yet filed for unemployment assistance, you…

CT JUDICIAL BRANCH CONTINUES TO EXPAND COURT OPERATIONS

Effective Monday, July 20, the Judicial Branch is planning to resume some court operations in the following eight courthouse locations: Geographical Area No. 2 courthouse at 172 Golden Hill St. in Bridgeport; The Community Court and Housing Sessions courthouse at 80 Washington St. in Hartford; The Judicial District at Meriden courthouse at 54 W. Main…

CT Reopening Details – Phase 2

Governor Lamont recently announced details for Phase 2 of the plan to reopen our state’s economy. The reopening date for the following businesses has been moved up to June 17th to allow them to be open for Father’s Day weekend. June 17th openings includes the following: Restaurants may add indoor dining, up to 50% of…

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….