Anonymous pranks have been around as long as people have had telephones in their homes. With the widespread use of computers and social media, pranks have become more sophisticated and difficult for law enforcement to track and control. Connecticut residents should understand that some phone and internet pranks are no joke. They can, in fact, result in serious criminal charges.
Debt can be a big concern for divorcing couples in Connecticut. The Nutmeg State is an equitable distribution state, which means a judge will divide up marital property based on the contribution of each spouse toward the marriage. You can expect a state judge to apply the same standard to the amount of marital debt that a couple has accumulated during a marriage.