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When Can a Custodial Parent Relocate with a Child?

Child custody and parenting time are frequent areas of conflict. One of the most difficult issues is when one custodial parent wants to relocate out of Connecticut with the child. Connecticut courts apply different standards for deciding if relocation will be...

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Common Questions about Alimony in Connecticut

  If you’re currently navigating a Connecticut divorce, it is important that you have a solid understanding of alimony and how it may affect your divorce case. In our latest video blog, Partner and Attorney Sarah Murray weighed in on some of the most common...

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Exclusive Occupancy in a Connecticut Divorce

  In the beginning stages of divorce, many couples wonder whether or not they should still coinhabit the marital home, or seek separate living arrangements. In most circumstances, it’s highly suggested that couples live separately as soon as the divorce process...

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Is There Such A Thing As A Friendly Divorce?

Divorce can be incredibly difficult; however, there is no clear-cut reason as to why it can’t be friendly.  Keeping your divorce as amicable as possible can be incredibly beneficial- as it lessens the emotional toll the process takes on all involved and the cost...

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What Kind of Parenting Time Plan Should You Expect?

Years ago, the typical parenting time plan gave a noncustodial parent every other weekend with the children and a mid-week dinner or overnight stay. However, changes in how society views shared custody and flexibility in work schedules have altered what parents and...

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At What Age Can a Child Refuse Visitation?

When parents divorce, working out custody and parenting time can take significant time and effort. Unfortunately, their agreement may hit a snag if their child doesn't want to comply with the arrangements. Teenagers, in particular, may object to being told they must...

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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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