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Older Connecticut couples could face divorce issues

The older Connecticut individuals become, the more likely they are to know what they can and cannot live with. As a result, some older couples may come to the realization that their marriage is no longer working for them. Therefore, exploring options for divorce could seem like a route that could possibly benefit their situation that they may not feel is a healthy one to be in.

Being together for a significant number of years can lead to a considerable amount of assets being accumulated as a couple. When a couple decides to divorce, determining who may be entitled to certain assets could be potentially problematic. However, if a couple cannot decide on the worth of the property themselves, they may be able to seek appraisals on items and work from there.

Financial aspects of divorcing in later years are ones that may need a great deal of focus. Some individuals may have been approaching retirement age, and figuring out what divorce could mean for retirement funds is a side that certain parties may deem as vital information. Separating couples may also wish to explore what expenses they will face after starting individual households.

Though it may seem strange to some for couples to separate much later in life, divorce is not something that can only apply to younger couples. Older couples can also face difficulties in marriage that they may not be able to work through, and divorce could be the best option. Therefore, information on relevant Connecticut laws could benefit couples who are looking for separation and are concerned with what the process may entail.

Source: chron.com, Divorcing seniors face unique challenges, No author, Jan. 13, 2014

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