High Net-Worth Divorce in Connecticut

High net worth divorces can get complicated when it comes to property division, alimony, child support, and other financial aspects. Because of this added complexity, choosing a divorce attorney experienced in the division of high-net-worth assets, rather than simply a family law “generalist”, is crucial. Financially complex divorce cases often occur when one of the…

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Property Division in Financially Complex Divorces in Connecticut

In financially complex, high-asset divorces, all money-related aspects—specifically alimony, child support, and property division—can be tricky. Property division is probably the most challenging element to consider while drafting your divorce agreement, which is why you should absolutely be in touch with an attorney who specializes in Family Law when you decide to move forward with…

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International Divorce and Custody

International Divorce and Custody | International Divorce and Property

While no divorce is easy, international divorce and custody cases can be especially complex and high-stake. If you are facing the prospect of an international divorce, you need legal help from a divorce attorney with experience not just in family law but international divorce and custody in particular. What exactly does “international divorce” mean? Multiple…

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How to Divorce

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You or your spouse is considering divorce, and you’re wondering how to divorce. The answer is unique to every person, couple, and family — but what is consistent is what you need to think about to choose the best way to divorce for you.  It boils down to just two things: What Types of Divorce (i.e.…

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Divorce, Alimony, & Taxes

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Tax season is coming, so let’s take some time to review one of the biggest divorce topics: alimony. We will answer the two biggest questions in divorce, alimony and your taxes: Is alimony tax deductible? Do you have to pay taxes on alimony? Read: Alimony: The Comprehensive Connecticut Guide Read: Tax Basics for Divorce Read: Divorce,…

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Property Division: The Comprehensive Connecticut Guide

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Property division is one of the most important issues in divorces.  And, it’s one of the most confusing.  There are no set formulas or rules on how property will be divided.  The good news is that this means there is tremendous flexibility for experienced divorce attorneys to craft an individualized approach.  In order to prepare…

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Alimony: The Comprehensive Connecticut Guide

The Comprehensive Connecticut Guide | Call Us (860) 530-4313

Alimony is one of the most important issues in divorces.  And, it’s one of the most confusing.  There are no set formulas or rules on (1) whether there will be alimony, and, if so, (2) how it’s calculated or (3) how long it will last.  The good news is that this means there is tremendous…

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4 Things to Know Before You Hire A Divorce Attorney in Connecticut

4 Things to Know Before You Hire A Divorce Attorney in Connecticut

If you are one of many people reading this in the early, contemplative stages of divorce, you’re likely weighing through thoughts about what is best for you and your family; spending hours thinking about your fears, your frustrations, and other emotions as well. We’re here to tell you that you’re not alone, life doesn’t have to be this way, and we’re here to help. Whether or not you and your spouse have broached the subject of divorce, here is a list of our top four things you should know before you hire an attorney

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Tax Basics for Divorce

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Divorce has a tremendous impact on your finances for years to come — and taxes can significantly impact those finances.  You don’t have to prepare for the CPA exam, but it is important to understand tax basics so that you can make informed decisions that move you toward the life you want to live post-divorce.…

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