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How Long Will It Take Me To Get Divorced?

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Kristen Marcroft and Meghan Freed to Participate in Connecticut Bar Association Panel “Recent Developments in Marriage Equality and Some Practical Implications for Practitioners”

Kristen Marcroft will be a panelist and Meghan Freed will moderate a panel the Connecticut Bar Association LGBT Section is presenting with support from the Young Lawyers Section on February 5, 2015. Attendees of “Recent Developments in...
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WNEC Law School Prof and GLAD Transgender Rights Project Director to Speak

Jennifer Levi, GLAD Transgender Rights Project Director and WNEC Law School professor will speak at the Connecticut Bar Association – LGBT Section’s February meeting this Thursday in New Haven. Professor...
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Why a Post-Nup Could Save Your Marriage

While Prenups Are Signed in the Hopeful, Rosy Light of Engagement, Post-nups Are Often Associated With Infidelity or Other Marital Turmoil. But as the Number of Couples Seeking Them Continues...
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What’s the Point of 1 Dollar Alimony?

Sometimes the judge will order or spouses will agree to the point of 1 dollar alimony. People often wonder: "What's the point?" Read on to learn the reasons behind dollar...
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What’s the Interplay Between Alimony and Property Division?

The interplay between alimony and property division in Connecticut divorces can be confusing. Read on to learn more. Factors Considered The Connecticut statutes provide factors for consideration for both alimony...
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What is the Financial Affidavit in a Connecticut Divorce?

The financial affidavit is one of the main, and most important, documents in a Connecticut divorce. They are used in all types of divorces: litigated, collaborative, and mediated. Please read...
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What Is Palimony?

What is palimony? Does palimony exist in Connecticut? Read on to learn more, including the definition of palimony, as well as some common misconceptions. Palimony Definition Palimony is the division...
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What is Equitable Distribution?

When it comes to dividing property in a divorce, Connecticut is an “equitable distribution” or "equitable division" state. It is not, as is sometimes misunderstood, a "community property" state. Read...
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What is an Uncontested Divorce in Connecticut?

It is critical to understand, what is an uncontested divorce in Connecticut? Too many people make decisions thinking an uncontested divorce is something it’s not. There's Actually No Such Thing...
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