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What Are the Odds Your Divorce Case Will Go to Trial?

Very few divorce cases get litigated despite what you see on television shows and celebrity gossip. In Connecticut, over 95% of cases are resolved before trial. However, it’s more interesting to hear about the details of a nasty divorce battle than how a couple...

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How Does a Parenting Plan Work in a Connecticut Divorce?

Among all the issues that must be resolved when a marriage ends, those involving minor children are, without a doubt, the most important. In Connecticut, divorcing couples with minor children are required to establish a parenting plan that protects each child's best...

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Divorce Financials After Being Accused of A Crime

It is not unusual for domestic violence situations to result in the filing of a divorce action. Sometimes, violent incidents can also occur after filing for divorce. In both circumstances, the victim has recourse under criminal law. However, a common question is...

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What Happens to Life Insurance Policies During Divorce?

Life insurance policies are relevant to a pending divorce action in several ways that are important to understand. If you or your children are the beneficiaries of your spouse’s policy, you want to ensure that it is maintained and/or understand when it may lapse....

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What Happens to Your House in a Connecticut Divorce?

  For most divorcing couples, their house is by far their largest asset. Our Connecticut divorce attorneys explain how issues involving the family home are typically addressed during divorce proceedings. Who Stays in the House While a Divorce is Pending? Both...

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Who Gets the Art in Divorce?

Art collecting is big business. The U.S. art market in 2021 was valued at $28 billion, up 31.5 percent over 2020 and almost at pre-pandemic levels. Many couples buy art for enjoyment or as an investment, which raises the issue of how to deal with artwork in the event...

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How to Trace Hidden Income or Assets in Divorce

A common question in divorce cases is how an attorney can trace hidden income or assets. If you suspect your spouse is hiding money, you want proof to ensure it is considered in dividing your marital property and determining alimony and child support. In a divorce...

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Will Cohabitation After Divorce Impact My Alimony Agreement?

Alimony agreements and orders are hardly set in stone. In fact, they are routinely modified when the alimony recipient remarries. But what happens to alimony when the recipient chooses not to remarry and chooses cohabitation with his or her new significant other?  Is...

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