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July 2017 Archives

Domestic violence victims have resources in Connecticut

Relationships can prove to be difficult at times, but most Connecticut couples are able to work through the disagreements and move on. Some have a hard time controlling their emotions and let their anger get the best of them. When situations such as these arise, those involved can find the argument escalating from a simple clash of view points to a case of domestic violence without a way to escape the aggressor.

Feeling like divorce is unfair? This might help.

Some Connecticut couples decide that the best solution to their marital problems is to sever their legal ties in court. What leads to one divorce may be entirely different the issues underlying another one. There are, however, certain emotions and feelings that many people say they experience when navigating the divorce process, regardless of how they wound up in court.

Father of two in another state winds up in jail after divorce

Since not every marriage lasts a lifetime, it's crucial that Connecticut residents and those in other states know where to turn for support when problems arise. This is especially true for spouses who determine that divorce is their most viable option to resolving the differences between them. In fact, many people navigate challenges in divorce that are just as stressful (if not more) than the problems they faced during marriage.

Teen heart-throb of old wins sole custody of son

Girls in Connecticut and across the nation used to swoon over singer, Paul Anka; in fact, some still may do so when they listen to his songs. Anka is also famous for penning one of Frank Sinatra's greatest hits, "My Way," which soared to the top of music charts and stayed there a long time. Anka has been thrust into the limelight once again; however, this time it's because of a personal issue. He recently won sole custody of his 11-year-old son.