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September 2019 Archives

Advice on preventing irrational decision-making during divorce

An uneventful divorce may be within the realm of possibility, but Connecticut couples facing the end of marriage would be unwise to count on it. The end of a close partnership can trigger depression, social anxiety, anger and other emotions dependent on the context of the breakup. Regardless of the specific circumstances, anyone facing such an important transition in life can make use of this advice.

Child support modification in Connecticut

Noncustodial parents are required to pay child support to ensure that their children are properly cared for and to prevent them from becoming a burden on the state. Child support is calculated in Connecticut using a formula that takes the incomes of both parents into account, but there are situations where the amount that noncustodial parents are required to pay each month may be modified.

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