If you’re going through a divorce, it may seem impossible to find solutions that will please both parties, especially when it involves children, money and other shared assets. Divorce mediation means both parties and their attorneys meet with a third party who will act as the mediator. This person is the unbiased party that will…

If you’re calling it quits on your marriage, chances are you’re thinking of representing yourself in divorce court rather than hiring an attorney. If you weren’t married for very long, don’t have any children or assets to battle over, and don’t wish to receive alimony from your soon-to-be former partner, this may be perfectly fine….

The mediator will meet with both spouses together or separately? Here, you will learn that the divorce mediator will meet with both spouses together, at the same time. If this is possible in your case, and both spouses agree, there are many benefits to engaging a divorce mediator to help you both equally in dissolving your…

When a person wants to end their marriage through the dissolution of marriage or divorce in Connecticut, they are technically required to have a grounds for divorce, which is just a valid reason that they no longer wish to be married. Connecticut is a “no-fault” divorce state, meaning you technically don’t need any other reason…

Divorce Mediation – An Alternative To A Divorce Attorney & Less Costly. Divorce mediation is an alternative way of coming to a conclusion of your marriage. Successful mediation resolves all of the matters through a settlement agreement. It is a less confrontational, & usually a less adversarial process. This is because you & your spouse…

I Can’t Afford A Divorce Lawyer. Can My Spouse Pay My Legal Fees? I can’t afford a divorce lawyer. We hear this from many clients. However, there are some circumstances in which one spouse has a significantly greater income than the other spouse but they are going to get a divorce. This can result in…

What Is The Division Of Marital Property? Connecticut is one of the states that uses the equitable division of marital property law. This determines the division of assets between a married couple when they are going through a divorce. It’s important to understand that when it comes to equitable distribution, the division of assets is equitable. This…

Can I Keep My House In A Divorce? How can I keep my house in a divorce? This is a question that some people may have when they are looking into getting a divorce. Connecticut is an equitable distribution state. This means that any marital assets have the ability to be divided between the two…

You will be called upon to make many challenging decisions in a divorce. If you have children, some challenging issues to address will be custody, parental issues and parental responsibility. How are you going to allocate responsibility and time with your children, keeping in focus that the main issue is to continue and maintain close…

In many situations, by the time that a couple actually gets around to filing for divorce in Connecticut, they have been living separately for an extended period of time. Sometimes, one or both of the spouses has already moved out of the state but isn’t sure in which state they are supposed to actually file…

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