What Factors Are Considered When Dividing Property in a Connecticut Divorce?
The Connecticut property division statute lists the factors to be considered by the court when dividing property in a divorce. These factors are considered in no-fault divorces as well as for fault divorces. Read here more about property division factors in connecticut divorces.
The court considers all of these factors, and there is no indication that any single factor is more important than any other factor. Instead, the court has the discretion to weigh these factors based upon the individual circumstances of each case.
Divorce Judges Consider These Factors When Dividing Property
- The length of the marriage
- The causes for the annulment, dissolution of the marriage, or legal separation
And each spouse’s respective:
- Amount and sources of income
- Earning capacity
- Vocational skills
- Opportunity for future acquisition of capital assets and income.
- Contribution in the acquisition, preservation, or appreciation in the value of their respective estates
The Comprehensive Connecticut Property Division Guide
How to divide property 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 divided. The good news is that creates tremendous flexibility for experienced divorce attorneys to craft an individualized approach. In order to prepare to make solid and informed decisions, you need to understand how the property division works. Our Comprehensive Connecticut Property Division Guide tells you everything you need to know about property division in Connecticut.
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