When a couple decides that they no longer want to be married, they will have to decide which type of divorce they would like to obtain. There are a variety of options for the dissolution of a marriage and every couple’s situation is different so it is important to be aware of what the possibilities…

The marriage relationship created an obligation of support. Alimony is the obligation to continue supporting your spouse. They look at many, many factors: the need, the ability to pay, and many other statutory factors including your ability, your earnings, your background, your experience, how assets were acquired, the age, health, station of the parties, among…

It is a requirement under Connecticut state law to set the grounds for your divorce in your complaint. The complaint is the document that starts the action before the court. Prior to the advent of the no-fault grounds,which is the marriage breaking down and being irretrievable with no reconciliation possible, there were the fault grounds…

In mediation, clients can fashion a negotiation strategy and make the decisions. In most cases, the parties are better off settling then taking their chances before a judge and have the judge decide their important issues for them. The mediator is there to help you communicate, weigh your options, understand each other’s positions and craft…

In a mediated divorce, you will be sitting down with your mediator, who is a facilitator, to help you communicate with the other party and negotiate a settlement. In contrast, in a contested divorce there is no overall mutual agreement. Consequently, a judge will ultimately decide financial and parenting matters for a contested divorce. Even…

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