A divorce decree ends a marriage. A judge issues a divorce decree as the final order in a divorce case. In an uncontested divorce, the final divorce order will likely largely reflect …
Courts want parents to work together to determine what’s in their child’s best interests. One common major decision is what school their children will attend …
Many people with children worry about enforcing child support orders. Or, in Other words: “What happens if my ex doesn’t pay the child support that the court ordered? And how do I collect back child support?”
Child support is an important and complicated issue in Connecticut divorce and custody cases. Understanding Connecticut child support basics will help you make the best decisions for yourself and your family.
Joint Custody is what it’s called when a court orders custody of a minor child to both parents. There are two types of joint custody: joint legal custody and joint physical custody.
A lot of legal terminology comes into play when it comes to making custody and parenting decisions in your divorce. It’s no wonder that a common question our divorce attorneys are asked is: “What does child custody mean?”
There is a lot of “legalese” in divorce and family law, but many of the “must know” legal terms fall into the child custody and visitation category. It’s no wonder that a common question our divorce attorneys are asked is: “What does sole custody mean?”
Many people wonder “What are the most common Post Judgment motions?” When the court finalized your divorce, it issued a divorce decree. That divorce decree is a final, enforceable court order.
One of the questions many people have is “What is a Motion for Modification?” When the court finalized your divorce, it issued a divorce decree. That divorce decree is a final, enforceable court order.