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How to protect assets in a second or third marriage

It is becoming more common for individuals in Connecticut and elsewhere to get married more than once. According to Pew Research, roughly 66% of those between the ages of 55 and 64 who have been married in the past will get married again. Among all married couples, 40% have at least one person who is on a second or subsequent marriage. Those who are married for a second or third time may have a variety of financial issues to consider before the wedding takes place.

Tips to keep in mind when seeking child custody

When Connecticut parents end their marriage, it can be very important for both of them to preserve their relationship with their children. This can be even more imperative when one parent strongly believes that they can provide their kids with a better, more stable home as a primary parent or even if they want to share joint custody. In many cases, both parents can come to an agreement with shared time for both with the children. However, in other cases, families may head to court to sort out their disputes over child custody. There are several steps that people can take to show that they are a good choice for custody of their children.

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