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Connecticut Divorce - Child custody.
Joint or sole custody is awarded based upon the best interests of the child and the following factors:
(1) the causes for the dissolution of marriage if such causes are relevant to the best interests of the child and (2) the wishes of th ...   More details

Connecticut Divorce - Child support.
Either parent may be ordered to contribute child support, based on the following factors:
(1) the financial resources of the child; (2) the age, health, and station of the parents; (3) the occupation of each parent; (4) the earning capac ...   More details

Connecticut Divorce - General procedure.
A dissolution of marriage will be granted if proof is submitted by:
1) an agreement signed by both spouses or affidavit stating that the marriage is irretrievably broken; ...   More details

Connecticut Divorce - Legal Separation Provisions.
A legal separation must be grounded on the same reasons as above (no-fault or fault based). ...   More details

Connecticut Divorce - Mediation or Counseling.
Within 90 days after filing for a divorce, either spouse or the attorney for any minor children may ask the clerk of the court for conciliation. Two mandatory counseling sessions will be offered. In addition mediation is also available to settle prop ...   More details

Connecticut Divorce - Property Distribution.
Connecticut is an "equitable distribution" state. The court may assign to either spouse all or part of the property of the other spouse, including any gifts and inheritances, based on the following factors:
(1) the contribution ...   More details

Connecticut Divorce - Where to file.
If support is sought, in the county where Plaintiff resides, otherwise file where convenient for both parties. ...   More details

Connecticut Divorce Online - Rights to Maiden Name.
Either divorced spouse’s former name will be restored upon request. ...   More details

Connecticut Divorce- Residence Requirements.
Either spouse must be a resident of the state for at least 1 year, unless one spouse was a resident when he or she entered into the marriage and then returned with the intention of permanent residence, or if the grounds for the dissolution of marriag ...   More details

Contested and Uncontested Divorce.
A divorce case is contested if the parties disagree on any issue of the divorce, including such things as custody, visitation, child support, payment of educational expenses for private school or college, alimony (maintenance) and/or health insurance ...   More details

Contested divorce case.
The minute the complaint or summons is filed the case becomes contested, and is contested until all disputes are resolved, such as support, custody, visitation, and division of assets. Many divorces start out with the intent of being uncontested unde ...   More details

Costs involved for filing a divorce.
The filing fee is approximately $100-$200 in most places. If a response is filed, add another $100-$200. These fees are collected by the government and are in addition to any service or legal fees or those charged by this website. ...   More details

Crichton agrees $31m divorce.
Best-selling author Michael Crichton has agreed to pay his fourth wife $31m (£19.7m) as part of their divorce settlement.
The Jurassic Park creator split from wife Anne Marie after 13 years. Crichton is one of the world's richest au ...   More details

Legal custody allows one or both divorced parents to make decisions regarding the child's health, education and welfare. ...   More details

Death of the payer parent after a divorce.
Death of the payer parent probably does not end the obligation to support - the obligation passes to the payer’s estate.
Unlike spousal support (which normally does end with the death of the payer spouse), child support will likely conti ...   More details

Debt Liability - Am I responsible for my spouse's debts if we are in business together?
Spouses may own and operate a business together just like any other two individuals. The laws governing different types of businesses determine how the owners of a business are responsible for the debts of the business, not their marital status. ...   More details

Debt Liability - Am I responsible for my spouse's debts?
In general, spouses are not responsible for each other's debts. Each spouse may obtain a separate line of credit and borrow money separately in his or her own name. Of course, if spouses co-sign for a loan or take out a line of credit in both of thei ...   More details

Debt Liability - Am I responsible for my spouse's debts?
Not in most states. Debts belong to the spouse who incurred them. In community property states, there are some exceptions to this. ...   More details

Debt Liability - May a couple file bankruptcy jointly?
Yes. But whether or not this is the best alternative depends on many factors, including their state's laws. The best advice is to consult a lawyer who specializes in bankruptcy. ...   More details

Decide child custody.
The parents must decide on the custody of minor children. Custody includes physical custody, i.e., where will the children live. It also includes legal custody, or who will make the important decisions regarding the children's health, education, etc ...   More details


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