Website Links

There is no question that we all benefit from the multitude of information currently available over the radio, on television, in the newspaper and other publications, and, of course, here on the Internet — where absolutely anything can be found if you take the time to look for it!

We hope the items provided will enhance your understanding of the legal matters currently of interest to you, but we also would like to remind you that whatever enlightenment you might derive from them is no substitute for expert legal counsel. For that, you are advised to consult with an experienced attorney from the Law Offices of Sharon L. Pope.

Websites

Connecticut Trial Lawyers Association
The Connecticut Trial Lawyers Association is a non-profit association dedicated to creating and maintaining a more just society by preserving individual rights within the civil justice system to: Ensure that the civil justice system works for all people; Hold wrongdoers accountable regardless of their corporate, government, association or individual status; Protect consumer rights and safeguard the environment; Advance the cause of those whose person or property is injured or damaged; Preserve and protect access to the courts and jury system of this state and this nation; Uphold the honor and integrity of the profession of law.
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Spina Bifida Association of Connecticut
The mission of Spina Bifida Association of Connecticut is to promote the prevention of Spina Bifida and to enhance the lives of all affected.
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Brain Injury Association of Connecticut
BIAC is an independent non-profit organization dedicated to supporting individuals with brain injury, their families, and caregivers while increasing the community’s understanding of brain injury and its prevention.
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State of Connecticut Department of Veteran Afffairs
It is the responsibility of the Office of Advocacy and Assistance to provide assistance to veterans, their eligible spouses and eligible dependents in obtaining veterans benefits under federal, state and local laws.
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National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys
The National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys, Inc. is a non-profit association that assists lawyers, bar organizations and others who work with older clients and their families.
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State of Connecticut Probate Court
The state probate courts are also known as “family courts” because, in addition to overseeing decedents` estates and trusts, they handle a wide range of sensitive issues affecting children, the elderly, the mentally retarded, and the mentally ill.
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Connecticut Office of Protection and Advocacy for Persons with Disabilities
P&A is an independent State agency created to safeguard and advance the civil and human rights of people with disabilities in Connecticut.
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Academy of Special Needs Planners
The goal of the Academy of Special Needs Planners is to provide attorneys in this field with all the practice aids they need to successfully fulfill their clients` needs.
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