This Week's Blog by Christopher J. DeMattie What are the Grounds for Divorce in Connecticut? To commence a divorce action in Connecticut, the Plaintiff must plead a statutory approved ground for seeking the divorce. You cannot simply plead: “I do not want to be...
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Divorce in Connecticut: The Guardian Ad Litem (GAL)
This Week's Blog by Eric J. Broder What is a Guardian Ad Litem in a Connecticut Divorce Case? In the event that the parties cannot reach a resolution on parenting or custodial matters, a Guardian Ad Litem (GAL) is often appointed by the Court, either directly by the...
Second Opinions in Connecticut Divorce Cases
This Week's Blog by Carole T. Orland Is it Appropriate to Get a Second Opinion in my Divorce Case? Divorce litigation is difficult. It’s costly both emotionally and financially. It is not uncommon for clients to feel overwhelmed by the process and at times...
How Do I Commence an Action for Divorce in Connecticut?
This Week's Blog by Nicole M. DiGiose What Documents Must be Prepared and Served Upon my Spouse in order to Commence an Action for Divorce? In order to commence an action for divorce in Connecticut, the following documents must be prepared and served upon your spouse:...
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