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The issue of college financing is important. Even if you have very young children at the time of divorce, this is an important issue to be brought up and discussed. You can incorporate an agreement with regard to the specific financing. In Connecticut, you have two alternatives in this regard. You can retain the jurisdiction…

A mediator’s role is to facilitate an agreement with both parties. The mediator is a neutral party and represents both parties to the mediation. This would be the father and mother in a custody matter, or the husband and wife in a separation/divorce matter. An attorney can only represent one of the parties. Even if…

The marriage relationship created an obligation of support. Alimony is the obligation to continue supporting your spouse. They look at many, many factors: the need, the ability to pay, and many other statutory factors including your ability, your earnings, your background, your experience, how assets were acquired, the age, health, station of the parties, among…

The term no-fault relates to the grounds for divorce. In Florida, there is no-fault, and the no-fault grounds are this: if you allege that your marriage has broken down irretrievably, that means that there’s no likelihood of a reconciliation, you will be divorced. Thereafter, you are litigating or settling issues that revolve around financial matters…

Mediation is growing in popularity. Mediation is often the most cost-effective, and speedier process, and certainly less contentious. The purpose of mediation is communication. To resolve all of the very difficult and challenging issues that you will have to deal with in getting a divorce and resolving it in the most expeditious manner. Parties come…

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