Connecticut - Recognized Counties

Recognized Counties

850 counties

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Co-Parenting / Divorce

Class: Online Co-Parenting/Divorce
State: Connecticut
Status: Please check with your county court prior to taking the Online Co-Parenting/Divorce class

Syllabus

Approved – County courts have reviewed our programs and have consented to accept our certificates of completion.

Accepted – County courts have confirmed they will accept our classes and certificates of completion. As a general rule counties are not allowed to recommend a specific vendor. We are on the resource list of accepted vendors within that county.

Recognized – County courts have confirmed they will recognize our classes and certificates of completion. As a general rule counties are not allowed to recommend a specific vendor. We are on the resource list of recognized vendors within that county..

Extenuating – Courts may accept our classes and completion certificates under the following conditions: the individual resides in a different state, the individual is active military, the individual is incarcerated or otherwise restricted, the individual has a physical or mental impairment prohibiting them from attending an in-person program and the classes meet the basic county/court statutory requirements. By court order only.

Verify with Court – County courts may accept our classes although it is recommended that you speak with either your lawyer or court administrator for approval.

Check with Court – Contact your county court administrator prior to taking the class.

State: Connecticut

This is a list of counties in Connecticut. There are currently eight counties in the U.S. state of Connecticut. Four of them were created in 1666, during the first consolidation of the colony of Connecticut from a number of smaller colonies. Two counties were created during colonial times, and two counties, Middlesex and Tolland, were created after American independence (both in 1785). Six of the counties are named for locations in England, where many early Connecticut settlers originated.[1] Although Connecticut is divided into counties, there is no county government in Connecticut and local government consists of cities and towns.[2][3] County government was abolished in Connecticut in 1960, although the names remain for geographical purposes. Counties are, however, still used by the state to organize its judicial and state marshal system. Connecticut's court jurisdictions still adhere to the county boundaries, except for Fairfield, Hartford and New Haven, which have been further subdivided into several jurisdictions.

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counties

Status


Ansonia / Milford County

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Danbury County

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Fairfield County

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Hartford County

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Litchfield County

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Meriden County

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Middlesex County

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New Britain County

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New Haven County

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New London County

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Stamford County

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Tolland County

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Waterbury County

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Windham County

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Other County

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