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When you make the decision to obtain a divorce from your spouse, there are a lot of factors that need to be taken into consideration and questions that must be answered. Who gets to keep the house? Will I get to collect spousal support? Who will have primary custody of our children? While a million questions may…

When a custody agreement is made, there is an expectation that the non-custodial parent will show up and spend time with your child. However, this is unfortunately not always the case. While you are required by law to abide by your court agreement, the other parent may unfortunately choose to ignore their chance to spend…

In Connecticut, the court may issue you an automatic order that can help protect you and your family during a divorce. Automatic orders will have a different effect on you depending on what role you are playing in your divorce. If you are the plaintiff, or the person who initially filed for divorce, you will…

Many times, people find themselves in volatile situations regarding their family members but are hesitant to bring legal action against the party or parties at fault. What you should realize is that sometimes going to family court and taking legal action against one of your family members is the only way you will solve your…

When the parents of a child get divorced, it is especially difficult for the children. Many of these parents wonder whether or not they should involve the children in mediation sessions and the impact it may have on the family. While it is not necessary for children to attend every mediation session, it  may be…

A lot of times, people with an issue regarding their family are not sure at what point they should hire an attorney to help them. A person may think they can just handle the issue themselves but many times, no real change will occur under the eyes of the law without the assistance of an…

When an agreement is made during mediation to determine what spousal support or child support payments should be made, they are based upon the current financial situation of each party. However, as quickly as a person’s financial situation may improve, it may also completely take a turn for the worst. This may have an impact…

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