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Divorce and taxes

All the details appear to be worked out and agreements have been reached. On the surface, it appears that everything with a Connecticut divorce has been taken care of. However, when it comes to alimony and taxes, there can still be some sticking points.

Child custody and daily life after divorce

Long after the divorce papers have been signed, many divorced Connecticut couples still find it necessary to maintain some sort of relationship with their former spouse. The primary reason for this is that they share children. Even after the divorce is finalized, child custody issues as well as basic parenting decisions still must be resolved.

Connecticut parents responsible for child support

When it comes to children, the Connecticut legal system generally does its best to make sure that children are protected. One way that it does this is through its insistence on parents taking responsibility for their children by paying child support. The courts recognize that caring for and raising a child is an expensive endeavor that is the responsibility of both parents.