In some divorce cases, a business (or an interest in a business) that is owned by one spouse, and from which he or she receives income, also constitutes an asset to which a value must be ascribed so that the asset can be distributed between the parties in some manner...
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What Can I Do to Make My Connecticut Divorce Case Move More Quickly?
This Week's Blog by Sarah E. Murray Provide requested information and documents promptly To the extent possible, make or respond to a settlement offer as early in your case as you and your attorney think is appropriate If both parties and their counsel are motivated...
Inheritances, and the marital estate, are your inheritances subject to equitable distribution?
Many clients come into our office from the towns of Fairfield County with family money they inherited during the marriage, or which they anticipate inheriting after a dissolution proceeding. Sometimes clients want to know whether the inheritance they have already...
Does Connecticut Recognize “Separate Property?”
One of the most common inquiries that we receive from potential clients in Greenwich, Westport and other towns throughout Fairfield County, is whether or not, upon divorce, their spouse will be entitled to share in certain assets that he or she may perceive to be...
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