Answers in Connecticut about family law

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How Is Alimony Calculated In Connecticut?

Unlike child support, Connecticut law does not offer a precise formula for calculating alimony, also referred to as spousal support or spousal …Sponsored answer by Thomas P. Parrino

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My spouse is a narcissist. How will that impact our divorce in Connecticut?

Make no mistake, there is no easy answer for dealing with narcissists in any situation.Here is a common divorce scenario in the Greenwich, …Sponsored answer by Sarah S. Oldham

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What are the benefits of a prenuptial or postnuptial agreement in Connecticut?

Whether created prior to or after the marriage, marital agreements can help you and your spouse develop a strong foundation in your union. While …Sponsored answer by Jacquelyn Conlon

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How Do We Divide Complex Financial Assets In A Connecticut Divorce?

Property division is often one of the most important and contentious parts of divorce, especially when it involves a variety of complex or exotic …Sponsored answer by Melissa Needle

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