Family Law

what's in the best interest of the child in custody cases

8 Factors Connecticut Courts Consider for Custody and Visitation

When you enter into a custody order, provided by you or the court system, you are agreeing to follow the order in its entirety or face the consequences set by the judge. The basis of custody orders in Connecticut is whatever is in the best interests of the child. As co-parents, you can come up …

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Checklist For Couples With Children: Important Issues To Consider When Creating A Parenting Plan

When couples with children divorce or separate, they need to create an arrangement for the care of their children that best meets their needs. In child custody, that arrangement is known as a parenting plan. A parenting plan is a written agreement between parents that lays out their rights and responsibilities in regards to the …

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Modifying Alimony in Connecticut

Protecting Your Interests Through Premarital Agreements

We receive a lot of calls for premarital agreements this time of year.  One repeated issue we face is the lack of time from the call to the wedding date.  Ideally, a premarital agreement should be drafted at least three to four months prior to the wedding date.  The process of preparing a valid and …

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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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