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July 2015 Archives

Property division among critical finanical matters during divorce

Knowing what steps to take during a divorce in Connecticut can be confusing, particularly if someone has a large number of assets and/or high-value assets. One mistake with regard to asset or property division can be detrimental, with the money moves that people make during a divorce proceeding having long-lasting impacts. A few tips may help people to dissolve their marriages while staying on firm financial ground.

Child support can be area of conflict in divorce proceeding

In many divorce proceedings in Connecticut, child support is a huge point of contention. One person may be fearful of having to pay an unreasonable amount in child support, while the other parent may be worried that he or she will not get an appropriate amount to cover the children's expenses. Research shows, however, that many fathers who do not legally have to pay child support are actually still providing financial assistance for their kids.

Address property division, beneficiary designations in divorce

Getting divorced is a major step both financially and emotionally for people in Connecticut. It is natural for people to feel unsettled about how to approach life-changing matters such as the splitting up of assets and property division. However, a few tips may help divorcing individuals remain in control of their financial futures.

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