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One Question to Ask When Deciding to Divorce

Many people considering divorce get stuck considering whether to end their marriage and don't choose -- sometimes for years or even decades. In his book Essentialism, Greg McKeown writes about...
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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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Evidence in Connecticut Divorces

Evidence is anything that helps to prove that something is or is not true.  Read on to learn how evidence works in Connecticut divorces. Discovery Evidence gets shared between the...
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How Not to Screw Up the Attorney-Client Privilege During Divorce

The attorney-client privilege is one of the most critical tools in your relationship with your divorce lawyer -- you don't want to screw it up. Because of the attorney-client privilege, you...
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Should I Tell My Divorce Lawyer Everything?

Divorce and family law matters are inherently personal.  Sometimes there are details that you would rather not discuss with anyone, including your lawyer.  And in some cases, you might think...
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Attorney-Client Privilege and Divorce

It's critical to understand the attorney-client privilege if you're getting divorced in Connecticut.  It has a big impact.  Read on for more. Definition of Attorney-Client Privilege Certain information and documents...
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Privacy During Divorce

Many people are concerned about privacy during a divorce.  There are two types of information to consider.  First, there’s information to which both sides are entitled.  You can create significant...
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Should I Bring a Friend or Relative to My Meeting With My Divorce Attorney?

Some people wonder whether they should ask their divorce attorney whether they can bring a family member or friend to their meetings with their lawyer.  You can understand why --...
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Will I Win My Divorce?

My colleague Kelly is an excellent family law paralegal, and the Freed Marcroft paralegals are the point people for our clients when unexpected things happen that they want to discuss. In...
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Using EAR Statements to Solve Problems With Your Ex During Divorce

We all get upset sometimes.  When we are in the middle of a divorce, we tend to get more upset than usual. It’s okay. Emotions are a critical part of...
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How Long Will It Take Me To Get Divorced?

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