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What Is Child Support?

Child support payments are meant to cover a broad range of expenses for the minor child, including the basics — shelter, food, and clothes.

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Connecticut Child Support Basics | Call 860-530-4251

Connecticut Child Support Basics

Child support is an important and complicated issue in Connecticut divorce and custody cases. Understanding Connecticut child support basics will help you make …

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What Does Joint Custody Mean? | Cheshire, CT | Call 860-530-4251

What Does Joint Custody Mean?

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.

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What Does Child Custody Mean? | Connecticut Family Law

What Does Child Custody Mean?

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 …

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What Does Sole Custody Mean? | Connecticut Family Law | 860-530-4251

What Does Sole 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.

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What is a Motion for Modification? | Connecticut Family Law

What is a Motion for Modification?

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.

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Can Alimony Be Changed in Connecticut? | Call (860) 530-4313

Can Alimony Be Changed in Connecticut?

The court cannot order alimony in the future if alimony if didn’t order alimony in the divorce.  If it was, the next question is whether the divorce order specifically prohibits modification of alimony…

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How Do Connecticut Courts Decide Whether a Parent Can Relocate Post Divorce?

How Do Connecticut Courts Decide Whether a Parent Can Relocate Post Divorce?

When we are analyzing how best to help Freed Marcroft’s clients decide how do Connecticut courts decide whether a parent can relocate post divorce, the first step is to review the initial court order.

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What is a Substantial Change in Circumstances for Connecticut Child Support?

What is a Substantial Change in Circumstances for Connecticut Child Support?

In “How Is Child Support Calculated in Connecticut?” we learned that the Connecticut Child Support Guidelines do not currently provide a mechanism for adjusting or reevaluating child support.

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How do I change my child support payment in Connecticut?

How Do I Change My Child Support Payment?

In “How Is Child Support Calculated in Connecticut?” we learned that the Connecticut Child Support Guidelines do not currently provide a mechanism for adjusting or reevaluating child support.

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