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January 2015 Archives

Financial planning helpful in divorce situation

Individuals approach the end of a marriage in different ways, but one general constant is often the emotional toll it can take on both parties. Sometimes, as Connecticut residents are doubtless aware, this can manifest itself in poor or rash decision-making during the divorce process. Some experts recommend learning as much as possible about what will be expected in divorce proceedings in order to be prepared for what's to come and to make beneficial decisions along the way. 

January considered "divorce month" by some experts

January is widely regarded as a month of new beginnings, with many Americans choosing to better themselves through New Year's resolutions to get fit or similar goals. However, Connecticut residents might find themselves unsurprised to note that some experts have also taken to calling January "divorce month." For some people, bettering themselves may involve re-evaluating their marriage.

Dealing with divorce requires handling money issues

In a divorce, there are many issues that must be dealt with in order to ensure the financial security of both parties moving forward. Connecticut residents who have been through the dissolution of a marriage may already be aware of the complexity of some of these issues. It can be extremely important to the goal of a successful settlement to bear these issues in mind both during the divorce and afterward. 

Acclaimed guitarist Slash files for divorce

A musician best known for his bombastic performance style as lead guitar player for the acclaimed rock band Guns 'n Roses is ending a 13-year marriage, according to local sources. Connecticut music fans will immediately recognize the iconic Slash, also known as Saul Hudson, who has filed for divorce in a court local to him and his estranged wife. The documents were filed at the very end of the 2014 calendar year.