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In Connecticut, the dissolution of a marriage can result in either legal separation or it can result in divorce. The two concepts should not be confused. Occasionally, the question arises whether or not you and a spouse are divorced if you haven’t lived together for many years. Unless you have gone through the legal procedures,…

Many times, potential clients will come in and ask whether or not they have to be on good terms with their soon to be ex-spouse to choose mediation. This is a difficult question to answer. It definitely makes the process easier, but it is not required. For many couples, divorce is a very emotional time…

Modification of Alimony When a marriage dissolves, one spouse may receive alimony payments. The decision to have one spouse pay for alimony may be made in a mediation session. However, sometimes circumstances change and alimony payments may no longer be necessary.When support is initially agreed upon, neither party can know what their circumstances will be…

A question that some people may have when they are looking into getting a divorce is if there is any chance that they can keep their house during the equitable distribution process if that house is in their spouse’s name only. Connecticut is an equitable distribution state, meaning that any marital assets have the ability…

When a custody arrangement is made during mediation, both parties must comply. However, if things change and one party needs to move out of state, you may have to return to mediation. This is because you can’t simply move out of state with your child and the other parent must approve of it. The previsions of…

How Much Alimony Will I Receive? During a divorce, a settlement agreement must be made. Sometimes, one of the spouses is granted alimony payments as a part of the settlement. Alimony can help a person support themselves and maintain their quality of life after the divorce has been finalized. Many spouses want to know, “How…

The mediation process is one that is often times chosen by people who want to get a divorce but do not want to go through the divorce in a courtroom. Mediation is cheaper and usually takes less time than a traditional divorce that occurs in a court of law. Throughout the mediation process, many decisions…

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