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Medical Insurance – An Extremely Important Consideration for Divorce in Connecticut

Different states have different laws governing continuing health coverage for the spouse who does not carry health insurance for the family unit.  Connecticut is on the more restrictive end of the spectrum.  In Connecticut, medical insurance coverage for the non-plan-subscribing spouse ends at the Date of Divorce.  There are some employers that continue coverage until …

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High Net Worth Divorce Challenges

Challenges That Come With High-Net-Worth Divorces

Filing for divorce in Connecticut can be a challenging time for anyone, including families with substantial assets and/or income.  There is no bright-line test for what is labeled a high-net-worth divorce, but suffice it to say that the colloquial expression, “you know it when you see it” probably applies.  In many respects, the income and …

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Updated Guidance on Divorce and Custody During and After Covid-19

This is an extremely trying time for everyone dealing with the Coronavirus pandemic.  Families spending so much time together at home, coupled with potential changes in income, employment, childcare schedules, health, and other unforeseen circumstances, can take a significant toll on a marriage. For those contemplating a divorce, or in the midst of one, or …

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Coronavirus Implications on Divorce and Custody

Coronavirus Implications on Divorce and Custody

As you may already know, the Connecticut Courts are closed to routine matters until further notice. Some courts will hear priority 1 matters. The courts that are hearing priority 1 matters have been reduced to ten statewide.  All other normal court matters remain suspended for the duration of this declared health emergency.  When the Courts …

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3 Ways to Make Divorce Less Stressful for Your Kids

It’s the conversations anyone going through a divorce dreads the most: breaking the news to their children. No matter how perfectly you plan the talk and execute it, your children will still need time to process their emotions and feelings after receiving the life-altering news of their parents’ divorce. While it is true that a …

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A Brief Introduction to Collaborative Divorce in Connecticut

4 Benefits of Collaborative Divorce Over Traditional Litigation

Over the years, couples and family law attorneys have begun finding alternatives to traditional court litigation to come up with a final divorce agreement. Despite what you may see on TV or in the movies, there are other ways to handle the divorce process without the yelling and courtroom drama. One of these methods that …

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Special Needs Children in Family Law

Figuring out the best custody situation for your child already brings stresses and heartache. Special needs children can make custody an even more sensitive process. A sad truth in Connecticut is that parents of children with special needs divorce at higher rates. This has a lot to do with the extra obligations and responsibilities placed …

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