Connecticut Divorce and Bankruptcy Lawyer

Powerful Experience in Bankruptcy and Family Law

If you have serious financial problems or serious family problems, you are going through some of the most stressful times a person can go through. For people in dire financial straits, bankruptcy can serve as a way to begin anew. If your differences with your spouse cannot be reconciled, divorce may be necessary to move forward. An attorney can go a long way toward protecting your rights and obtaining a favorable resolution to your issues.

Lawrence & Jurkiewicz, LLC, helps people in the areas of bankruptcy and divorce. Our law firm focuses much of our attention on helping people get through these difficult times. Connecticut debt attorney Edward P. Jurkiewicz is committed to offering every one of our clients dedicated, experienced representation and personal attention.

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Although divorce and bankruptcy may not appear to have many similarities on the surface, there is a substantial nexus, or connection, between the two fields. For example, a major part of both Chapter 7 or bankruptcy and divorce involves deciding what to do with your most valuable property, such as your home. More generally, both bankruptcy and divorce involve issues concerning property and income.

Hartford area bankruptcy attorney and divorce lawyer Edward P. Jurkiewicz has over 20 years of experience representing clients. Our firm represents debtors and creditors and handles both relatively simple divorces and bankruptcies and more complex litigation matters. With this depth of experience, our firm is able to anticipate and prepare for any potential issues that could arise in your bankruptcy, divorce or family matter.

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Lawrence & Jurkiewicz, LLC
60 East Main Street
Avon, CT 06001
Phone:
Fax: 860-677-5005
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Lawrence & Jurkiewicz, LLC
932 East Main Street
Torrington, CT 06790
Phone:
Fax: 860-677-5005
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  • Lower court sidesteps argument that Dan is part of a “trend” to limit alimony

    In October 5, 2016
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    Previously, I reported that Dan v. Dan, 315 Conn. 1 (2014) Connecticut’s Supreme Court held that a substantial increase in the income of a payor spouse is an insufficient basis to support a modification of an alimony award without a factual finding that the original award is no longer sufficient...
  • “Shared physical custody” and child support in Connecticut

    In May 1, 2016
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    I’m sometimes asked whether “shared physical custody” translates to a reduced child support obligation (or no child support obligation). The answer in any individual case is informed by recent amendments to the Connecticut Child Support Guidelines. The Guidelines were amended in 2015; the previous amendment was 10 years earlier,...
  • Nonadversarial divorce in Connecticut

    In October 11, 2015
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    Effective October 1, 2015, Public Act # 15-7 took effect. It remains to be seen whether the act’s provisions will become known as “quickie divorce” or “fast-track divorce”. The act allows final dissolution judgments to be obtained in certain cases in which there is a complete agreement in 30...
Hartford area bankruptcy attorney and divorce lawyer Edward P. Jurkiewicz has over 20 years of experience representing clients. Our firm represents debtors and creditors and handles both relatively simple divorces and bankruptcies and more complex litigation matters. With this depth of experience, our firm is able to anticipate and prepare for any potential issues that could arise in your bankruptcy, divorce or family matter.

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