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Connecticut is a no-fault divorce state. If you want a divorce, you can get one. Back in the day, you needed to have fault grounds to get a divorce. This means that you had to establish a reason for divorcing from your spouse. You would need to cite one of many reasons for divorce, including…

There are a few differences between mediation and collaborative divorce. Though they have the same goal and come to the same conclusion, there are a few differences to note. Mediation is a process in which a couple hires one neutral legal professional to act as a mediator. The mediator’s goal is to facilitate a constructive…

Unfortunately, people play games. Often, these games come with escalating costs to the parties involved. One of those games includes when a person files divorce and the dependent spouse gets cut off financially. The court requires the supporting spouse to continue supporting the dependent party through the divorce process. When someone engages in these games,…

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