• Connecticut is an equitable distribution state, but that does not necessarily mean equal distribution
  • A judge will review many factors, including the age of the parties, the length of the marriage and future earning capacity to determine property distribution
  • Connecticut is an “all property” state, which means that all property is taken into consideration to include inheritances and premarital property which are not usually considered in some other states
  • When the inheritance occurred and how the property was acquired will be considered by the court
  • It is important to obtain the advice of a skilled family law attorney to assist with a settlement agreement

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