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  • Conservatorships: Muhammad Ali Showed Us That Even the Greatest Need Someone to Lean on
    Conservatorships: Muhammad Ali Showed Us That Even the Greatest Need Someone to Lean on

    As the nation continues to mourn the passing of a great boxer, statesman, civil rights advocate, promoter, family man, and the list goes on and on, Muhammad Ali reminds us all—both in life and ...

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  • Gene Wilder: What Your Legal Options Are in Your Loved One's Golden Years
    Gene Wilder: What Your Legal Options Are in Your Loved One's Golden Years

    Last week the world lost an incredible talent with a warm heart, Gene Wilder. Best known for his iconic role as Willy Wonka in Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory, and other notable films such as ...

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  • Tips for Recognizing and Addressing Elder Abuse
    Tips for Recognizing and Addressing Elder Abuse

    Elder abuse takes many forms and continues to be an issue affecting seniors in Connecticut, New York and everywhere. In fact, according to the Center for Disease Control (CDC), at least 1 in every 10 ...

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  • Change in Law Affects Gun Trust Reporting
    Change in Law Affects Gun Trust Reporting

    The National Firearms Act (NFA) is a federal law that regulates certain types of weapons requiring owners to report the acquisition or transfer of the weapon to the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, ...

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  • Victory in the Connecticut Appellate Court: Attorney's Suspension Reversed After Finding of Due Process Violation.
    Victory in the Connecticut Appellate Court: Attorney's Suspension Reversed After Finding of Due Process Violation.

    As amicus curiae, the Law Offices of Charles Kurmay on behalf of Connecticut Criminal Defense Lawyers Association (CCDLA) helped bring an appeal of the Superior Court’s decision (Judge Blue) to ...

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  • Tips for Seniors to Avoid Common Elder Fraud Scams
    Tips for Seniors to Avoid Common Elder Fraud Scams

    Despite state legislative efforts, elder fraud and financial exploitation continue to be a common crime and form of elder abuse in Connecticut, New York, and all over the country. One recent U.S. ...

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