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August 2015 Archives

Child custody can impact only children during divorce process

Divorce in Connecticut is a life-changing event for both the parents and their children. A divorce proceeding that involves child custody can especially affect only children. A few tips may help divorcing parents of only children protect their kids during this type of family law proceeding.

Choosing job over alimony may be wise

Divorce can be a difficult experience both emotionally and financially and can have long-term consequences for an individual. Some people in Connecticut may consider not accepting a job offer during the divorce process because they fear it will hurt their chances of getting alimony following the marital split-up. If possible, however, it is wise to accept the job in this situation for a couple of reasons.

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