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November 2017 Archives

Subcontractors make child support hard to collect in Connecticut

When a relationship involving children dissolves, many questions surface regarding the care and financial obligations necessary to provide for the kids. Child support is often agreed upon or court-ordered, but some Connecticut parents are still finding ways to avoid making the payments. Working as a subcontractor has long been a means for many court-ordered parents to avoid having their wages garnished after failing to make court-ordered payments.

Are Connecticut millenials thinking about divorce before marriage

As many millennials begin to contemplate marriage, one aspect that many Connecticut couples are looking at is that of a prenuptial agreement. Even though a divorce is not something any newly engaged couple wants to think about, the reality and statistics suggest otherwise. But against what many believe to be a disregard for traditions and a lack of loyalty, the reality is that many millennials are simply delaying marriage and have a more realistic view of the reality of marriage and what can happen.

Connecticut residents call police on suspected domestic violence

Many cases of some form of abuse are present in the news on an almost daily basis in Connecticut. Domestic violence is an area of abuse that often stirs the emotions of many who come across the story or news report. Sometimes, the incident occurs as the result of heated emotions and involves others who are not directly involved in the relationship. This can include children, parents and others.

Protecting business assets during a Connecticut divorce

Protecting one's assets during a separation can seem overwhelming. As more Connecticut women dive into the responsibility of business ownership, the thought of breaking the company apart during a divorce can be heart wrenching. Understanding the unique financial challenges that the end of a marriage can impose is crucial to ensuring that the division of assets is fair and comprehensive.