202012.29
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Bankruptcy in a COVID World

Bankruptcy in a COVID World By Max L. Rosenberg, Bankruptcy Attorney203.870.6700  MaxLRosenberg@RWHattorneys.com In the bankruptcy world, it is generally understood that the four “D”s account for the majority of petitioner’s reasons for filing. They are 1. Divorce, 2. Death 3. Discharge of job, 4. Disease (or Sickness). Obviously, any one of these four factors…

202003.30
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Only Federally Backed Loans are Stopped from Foreclosing in Covid crisis

Moratorium on Foreclosures ONLY effects FEDERALLY BACK LOANS. Contact Rosenberg, Whewell, & Hite to review your situation. DO NOT WAIT until its too late to save your home. Call 203.870.6700 or visit our website www.rwhattorneys.com Additional Information from CT Fair Housing Center: The bill institutes a moratorium on foreclosures for all federally-backed mortgages, including those…

202003.20
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Unemployment, COVID-19, and You

If you become unemployed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the State of Connecticut advises that you file for unemployment benefits. It is important to note that the start dates for claims are the Sunday of the week you submit your application for benefits. Under regular circumstances, a requirement for unemployment includes a Work Search requirement,…

201703.22
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Millennial Entitlement

Why does the Millennial Generation feel like they are so entitled to things? Honestly, how many times have you heard that in the last year about the Millennial Generation?! In reality, most of us are part of this generation and we don’t even realize it. The Millennial Generation includes all born from 1982-2002, the twenty…

201703.16
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Your rights are YOURS

You have rights when you are stopped by the police Feel free to exercise and enforce your rights. Here is a list of things to do if you are stopped by the police; turn your car off, turn on your inside lights if it is dark, put your emergency lights on, roll the window down…

201701.16
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New Year, New Laws

Many new CT laws and provisions of existing laws will become effective January 1, 2017. You can find the entire list of new laws and provisions at https://www.cga.ct.gov/asp/aearchives/20170101ActsEffective.asp . Included in this list are pertinent changes such as: Per Public Act Number 14-1, Connecticut’s minimum wage will be $10.10 effective January 1, 2017. This is…