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 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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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...
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Quitclaim Deeds and Divorce

At some point when discussing property division in your divorce, the term “quitclaim deed” may come up. Quitclaim deeds arise during divorce in the context of real estate — also called “real property.”...
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Military Divorce and the 20/20/20 Rule

Serving in the military comes with many benefits for both service members and military spouses — especially including pension and healthcare.  But when there’s a divorce, to what military benefits is...
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Is Connecticut a 50/50 Divorce State?

Property division is one of the major issues in Connecticut divorces, and many people wonder whether CT is a 50/50 divorce state. When it comes to dividing property in a divorce, Connecticut is...
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What Happens to Trusts in Connecticut Divorces?

Many people wonder what happens to trusts in Connecticut divorces. Are they subject to property division? Do trusts impact alimony?  Child support? How the divorce court will treat a trust is highly...
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Property Division: The Comprehensive Connecticut Guide

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...
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Tax Basics for Divorce

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...
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Divorce, Retirement Accounts, & Taxes

Divorce has a tremendous impact on your finances for years to come, and property division is a big (in many cases the biggest!) piece of that equation.  Plus, the majority...
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