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Many clients ask me what the difference is between a mediated divorce and a contested divorce. In a contested divorce, there is no agreement. While there may be parts of an agreement, there is usually financial disagreement and disputes. In order to resolve that issue, it will ultimately go to the trial judge, who will…

It is a requirement, under Connecticut law, to set the grounds for your divorce in your complaint. The complaint is the document that starts the action before court. Prior to the advent of the no-fault grounds, which is the marriage breaking down and being irretrievable with no reconciliation possible, there were the fault grounds that…

  There is a difference between sole custody and joint custody. In the context of decision making, sole custody means that one of the parents, the custodial parent, is making all of the major decisions relative to the child. If there is a joint custody agreement with regard to responsibility for the decisions, then both…

Your obligation today for contributing to your children’s college education is dependent upon your divorce judgment. If, in your divorce judgment, it provided a resolution and a formula for the contribution to college, then follow that order. If it did not, the issue at hand would be did you retain the jurisdiction of the court…

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