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…

When a couple that has children together gets divorced in Connecticut, there are a number of different custody options that may be granted. In some situations, one parent will be given sole custody of the child/children and the other parent will only be granted visitation rights. Sole custody is a less common method of child…

When a custody agreement is made in Connecticut, it is legally binding and can only be modified through official legal means. There have been situations in which one parent is granted custody but over time, the relationship between the parent and the child may become strained. The parent may want to relinquish the custody of…

In the state of Connecticut when a couple files for divorce, they will have to determine what will happen to the children in the event that they have any. The way this is determined is through a measure known as custody. There are a few different types of custody that can be chosen to best…

When a couple gets a divorce in court, the judge may make a decision about the custody arrangement that the parents will have for their children. This will determine who has legal custody and which parent the child or children will spend the majority of their time with. This is a huge portion of the…

When a couple goes through a divorce and they have children together, a custody agreement will have to be determined. During this highly emotional time, tensions may rise because the possibility of not having full custody of your child can bring a lot of stress to a parent. Though every situation is different, parents may…

During a divorce, parents will decide who gets to spend the most time with the child. The parent that is with the child more than 50-percent of the time is known as the custodial parent. The parent that does not have the majority of the custody of the child will likely be granted visitation rights….

When a custody agreement is first created during a divorce, one parent will likely have the child more than 50-percent of the time. This parent is considered to have physical or legal custody, meaning that they spend the majority of the time with the child and make all of the important decisions regarding the child’s…

Grandparents can be a very important figure in a child’s life and play a major role in providing them with care. However, when a child’s parents get divorced, there may be situations in which the parents of the non-custodial parent are denied visitation rights after the custody agreement is made. The grandparents can go to…

Sometimes clients want to know how they can receive assistance from the court. This would happen by creating a motion, which is a document created together by the client and the attorney asking the court for monetary or custody relief. The reason a person would have to file a motion is because they cannot get…

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