Many people feel like one party having to pay alimony in a divorce is unfair, but when you look into it, there’s a lot more to uncover than what meets the eye. In this article, we’ll talk about all there is to know about Connecticut law on alimony payment after remarriage.   Alimony in Connecticut…

Alimony refers to when the spouse who is better off in terms of their financial position is ordered to provide financial support to the other spouse. However, in the case where the supported spouse remarries or starts living with a new partner, the paying spouse may want to put an end to the alimony. This…

Even when your marriage is coming to an end, your obligations toward your spouse don’t necessarily end too. In the case that one spouse is better off in terms of their financial standing than the other, the less well-off spouse may receive spousal support, also known as alimony. The purpose of alimony is to help…

When you marry someone, you expect that marriage to last for a lifetime. However, that’s not always possible. Life happens, and sometimes, divorce is the only option you have. A divorce is not fun for any of the parties involved; it’s stressful, expensive, and tedious, not to mention that it can be quite emotional at…

  Sometimes, people feel like their marriages have reached a stage where there really is nothing else to do but get divorced. However, if you still have hope and want to explore your options, marriage counseling can be helpful. In the end, it will depend on the state of your relationship and how you feel…

Divorces are stressful. The pressure of one can cause all sorts of emotional and physical issues for those involved. The realization that a marriage is over hits everyone differently and everyone reacts to it in their own way. Anger and disappointment are common feelings that may arise during divorce negotiations. Besides seeking the support of…

  The difference between a fault and a no-fault divorce is only applicable based on where you reside. This article talks about the notable differences and the options that you may have depending on your situation when a divorce is filed.   No-Fault Divorce In the case of no-fault divorce, the spouse filing for divorce…

Child custody mediation is a process in which parents work together to facilitate discussion and develop a parenting plan for their children after their divorce with the help of a third party. While mediation can be done privately, court-connected mediation has gained more popularity over the last few years. Keep an open mind It is…

If you and your spouse are constantly fighting and are no longer happy with each other, divorce may be the next hurdle that you will both have to go through. Divorces can be rough, especially if the relationship didn’t end well. Things didn’t work out, but that doesn’t mean that your divorce has to be…

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…

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