"How can I ensure the financial well-being of my children?" is one of the most frequent questions posed to divorce lawyers in Greenwich, Stamford, Darien, New Canaan, and Westport. Divorce is a difficult time for families and all parents want to know that their...
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RELOCATING WITH A MINOR CHILD: “MUST I STAY OR CAN I GO”?
One of the thorniest issues that can arise between divorced parents occurs when one parent wishes to relocate with a minor child after child custody orders have been entered as part of a divorce judgment. Perhaps the parent wishing to relocate has landed her dream job...
In many divorce cases, one party voluntarily moves out of the marital home, leaving the other party with exclusive use and occupancy of the premises. The much more likely scenario, however, is that both parties refuse to voluntarily vacate the marital home, often due...
MODIFICATION OF ALIMONY IN CONNECTICUT BASED ON COHABITATION
What happens to alimony if the alimony recipient lives with a significant other after the divorce? This is one the more common questions we at Broder Orland Murray & DeMattie, LLC hear from our clients, as cohabitation after divorce is becoming more common in...
LOCATING HIDDEN ASSETS IN A DIVORCE
In many divorces, particularly in Fairfield County, Connecticut, it is common for a party to suspect his or her spouse of hiding assets. Methods of hiding assets can be simple, such as filling a safe deposit box with valuables, or skimming cash from a small business....
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