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To begin the divorce process in Connecticut, you first need to fill out a series of court documents. A Summons Family Actions form instructs an officer to notify your spouse that you are filing for a divorce. You also
In Connecticut, legal grounds for divorce are divided into two categories: fault grounds and no-fault grounds.
Fault grounds include the following circumstances: adultery, willful desertion for one year, fraudulent contract, seven years’ absence with
In Connecticut, when a married couple decides to put an end to the relationship, there are three legal options: separation, divorce and annulment. While the end result — physical separation and the division of assets — is the same
A child custody hearing involves several important decisions regarding the child of divorcing parties. First, the court determines the living situation that is in the best interests of the child. Next, the court decides if one parent receives temporary
Child custody negotiations can be one of the most difficult aspects of a divorce. However, understanding the specifics of the process may help the divorce proceedings go more smoothly for you and your kids.
When spouses first separate, each parent
When spouses make the decision to get divorced, there are several negotiation options available. With the somewhat recent development of collaborative divorce procedures, many couples find themselves choosing between this method and the more traditional mediated divorce approach.
A collaborative divorce is a relatively new method of resolving issues related to the dissolution of marriage. During this process, both spouses hire attorneys who practice collaborative law and agree to negotiate the divorce through a series of group
During divorce proceedings, retirement funds are often included on the list of assets that must be divided, even if the parties are not nearing retirement age. Funds added to a 401(k) or other retirement accounts during the course of
Divorce is a complex process, but matters can become even more complicated when one or both parties own a family business. This can create conflict over how to divide the business in the final divorce settlement, particularly because a
A complex divorce usually involves parties who need to divide high-value assets. In these cases, the divorce process requires a financial analysis to consider each person’s stake in the estate.
In the context of divorce, the term “estate” refers to