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December 2019 Archives

Foreclosure rates decline, bank repossession ones soar

A report published by the real estate data company ATTOM Data Solutions captures how foreclosure rates declined across the United States during November of this year. They decreased 13% from what they were in October. Those same statistics show that there were 11% fewer foreclosures this year than at the same time last year. The one index that hasn't experienced as much of a decline is the bank repossession rate. It's currently 22% higher than it was a year ago.

Late winter is a time of increased driving risk in Connecticut

Those who live in the New Haven area already understand that Connecticut winters are relatively harsh, especially as the end of the season approaches. Winter technically begins on December 21, on the day of the winter solstice. Winter ends on the Spring Equinox, which in 2020 will be on March 19.

What are an unmarried man's rights to see their child?

Judges presiding over most family law courts throughout the United States realize just how important it is for a child's biological parents to be in their lives. This is why most every state including Connecticut has laws on the books that all parents must follow to establish their parentage and seek out visitation or custody of their kids.

Distracted drivers are an ongoing risk on Connecticut roads

There are many different distractions that can keep someone from focusing fully on the road as they drive. Distracted driving has been a problem for as long as motor vehicles have been available, but modern mobile devices have certainly exacerbated the issue, making the roads around New Haven a little less safe.

What's considered as exempt and nonexempt property?

Chapter 7 bankruptcy generally involves liquidation of a filer's assets. This leads many people to think that they're required to turn over all of their belongings to the court to be sold off to pay creditors. This isn't the case though. The U.S. Bankruptcy Court classifies the property as either exempt or nonexempt when deciding what can be kept or what must be sold.

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