There will be a number of challenging decisions to make during your divorce If you have children, your primary focus will be to work to maintain a close relationship between the parents and the child or children Financial issues are also important. You will be deciding upon such areas as child support, health and life…

Whether you have to pay for your children’s college is dependent on your divorce judgment If your divorce judgement included a requirement to pay, then the amount set forth in the judgment is what you will pay If your divorce judgement stated that you would revisit payment at a later date, then the court can…

As children grow and situations change, there may be a need for modifications after a divorce court order is issued Parties can make changes without going back to court. Flexibility and compromise are key in helping to accommodate the changing needs of children and parents If the parties cannot come to an agreement, re-litigation is…

College financing is legally relevant regardless of the age of the children at the time of divorce Connecticut law offers two options. You can either retain the jurisdiction of the court to decide the issue now or at a later time, or you can choose not to retain jurisdiction Retaining jurisdiction will allow college financing…

If one of the parents desires to relocate a child from a current county residence and that relocation has a significant impact on the parenting plan, it must be addressed either by agreement of the parties or decision of a judge The relocation issue can arise during divorce or after It is essential that you…

Joint physical custody usually refers to sharing of time with the children. There may be a shared plan that affords alternating weekends and time during the week as well as holidays. There may also be a joint custodial plan that provides for a 50/50 sharing of time. In the context of decision making, sole legal…

A mediator or your attorney will help make a decision on your parenting and custody plan. f the divorce is taking place in a court, the court will review the parenting and communication history as well as the needs of the children. The focus will primarily be on the children and what they need Custody,…

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