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Obstacles that get in the way of post divorce happiness

Connecticut couples who decide to end their marriages in court often face numerous types of challenges as they navigate the process. No one claims divorce is easy, and adults and children alike rarely survive such situations unscathed. Sometimes emotional scars run deep; for others, life after divorce is wrought with financial stress or child/parent relationship problems.

Alex Jones' former wife asks for sole or joint custody of kids

Before a Connecticut court hands down a decision regarding children and divorce, there's often a lot of back-and-forth between parents in the courtroom. Typically, a judge listens to testimony and makes an informed decision based on existing laws, guidelines and children's best interests. Some situations are quite contentious, such as a current battle between Infowars star, Alex Jones, and his former wife, who seeks sole or joint custody of their three children.

Southern Charm's Ravanel and Dennis fighting over child custody

Fans of popular TV show, "Southern Charm" are familiar with two of its main stars, Thomas Ravanel and Kathryn Calhoun Dennis. The two actors are currently engaged in a contentious child custody battle regarding their two young children. Many parents in Connecticut may relate to this embittered situation.

Child custody battles common to Connecticut parents who divorce

Many Connecticut spouses decide to untie their marital knots after having been married only a year or two. Others stay together for decades then split once they reach middle age. In fact, divorce over 50 is becoming more and more common as years pass. Regardless of whether a marriage enjoyed longevity before ending or barely got out of the starting gate, many couples who are also parents can relate to challenges regarding child custody, visitation and support.