Divorce

Moving Away With Your Children After Divorce

After a divorce, it is not uncommon for parents to consider relocating.  An estimated 25% of parents move away with their children within the first two years after divorce.  These parents do not necessarily move because they want to make it difficult for non-relocating parents to spend time with their children.   More often, these parents …

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Equitable Distribution: A Brief Look at the Division of Property in a Connecticut Divorce

The division of marital property is one of the greatest challenges divorcing couples must face.   Figuring out which property you get to keep and what will go to your spouse can be very stressful and even confusing. Many people believe that all assets and debts will be divided equally; however, this is often not the …

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A Few Things to Consider Before You Move Out of The Marital Home

A divorce is often a highly stressful event, and continuing to live in the same home with your spouse may seem unbearable. During this turbulent time, it is common for one spouse to either volunteer or be asked to move out. While it is understandable to want to move out to avoid conflict (especially where …

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