Your children's experience during your divorce is likely to be vastly different from your own. You and your children's other parent need to ensure that your children receive the emotional and psychological support they need during the proceedings.
Residents of Connecticut may have heard the recent improvements to 911 services in the state. Now, a person in need of assistance can send a text message, rather than call a dispatcher. While this new technology is meant to assist persons who have a disability that makes phone calls difficult, it will also help victims of domestic violence summon help discreetly.
A recent study shows that about 40% of Connecticut households are having trouble making ends meet. Even when parents have a full-time job, average wages do not seem to be enough to cover household expenses. Statistically, single parents have a harder time than households with two working adults. Filing for court-ordered child support payments can ease the financial burden of caring for children.