Irene C. Olszewski, Esq. | December 16, 2010
I practice Family Law in Connecticut and as part of my job, I represent clients who seek divorces. I’ve posted here before on the types of divorce options a person can choose in Connecticut, which include litigation (traditional court-based divorce), collaborative divorce and mediation.
I’ve also posted here before on my absolute love of the [...]
Irene C. Olszewski, Esq. | December 15, 2010
Social media has become so popular that sites that used to attract teens only have now become mainstays with adults. Unfortunately, some adults don’t think before they post. This is especially true when they are involved in divorce, child support or custody battles.
Gideos Alper blogs on The Men’s Divorce Law Report. In [...]
Irene C. Olszewski, Esq. | December 13, 2010
In a 42-page opinion, U.S. District Court Judge Henry Hudson ruled that forcing individuals to purchase health insurance is in violation of the Constitution’s “commerce clause.”
The Commonwealth of Virginia urged the Court to find that enactment of section 1501 of Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act exceeds the power of Congress under the Commerce Clause [...]
Irene C. Olszewski, Esq. | December 9, 2010
The legendary Jim Morrison (the Doors), who died in 1971, has been granted a pardon for indecent exposure charges against him 40 years ago. The New York Times reported that “Gov. Charlie Crist, one of four members of the state clemency board, led the effort to clear Morrison of his conviction for indecent exposure [...]
Irene C. Olszewski, Esq. | December 6, 2010
In response to Sundays’ Hartford Courant Article, “Will Millions Of Rell Administration E-Mails Be Destroyed?” by Jon Lender, Governor-Elect Dan Malloy was asked if he’d support a change in the law pertaining to e-mails:
“Let’s put it this way. I certainly wouldn’t oppose a law that changed all of that. I imagine that this issue will [...]