Can I get an annulment in Connecticut?  I get asked this from time to time. Some spouses think they can ask for an annulment in Connecticut because they have been married for a very short time.  However, an annulment is usually only possible when the marriage was not legal – for example, if one of…

A Stamford Divorce Contempt was recently upheld by the Connecticut Appellate Court. Here are the relevant facts: The parties, who were formerly married, entered into a pendent lite stipulation in October 2014 which provided that certain funds being held in escrow would be deposited in a joint bank account requiring both parties signatures for withdrawals….

A few thoughts on how to choose the best divorce lawyer for you and your case. At your initial consultation you should consider these areas: Compatibility.  This is more about personality than anything else.  You will likely be spending lots of time with your lawyer. Office conferences. Court appearances.  Phone calls.    Some divorce litigants…

    By Brian Kaschel of Brian D. Kaschel Law Office posted in Divorce, on February 1st, 2018. I frequently field questions about the interplay between a 401(k) and Connecticut divorce. For example, if you are getting divorced, is your spouse’s 401(k) an asset you should share when the marriage is dissolved? If you don’t…

  Connecticut Family Courts are faced with ensuring a child’s safety.  In cases where alcohol use need to be monitored judges have used Soberlink technology.   Read about how this alcohol monitoring breathalyzer and recovery management software system works in addiction treatment below. Source: Alcohol Monitoring Breathalyzer with Recovery Software | Soberlink Contact me online  or call…

I think there is some truth to this Connecticut. Divorce rates dropped off a few years ago but seem to have picked up recently. Have a read: Divorces rise as economy recovers, study finds – latimes.com

Out with the old and in with the new. Effective January 1, 2014, the Family Courts in Connecticut will be using new versions of Financial Affidavits. One version, the short form, is for those whose income and assets are less than $75,000. The other version, the long form, is for those whose income or assets…

This a pretty common question. Truth is a minor child (under age 18) in Connecticut does not decide when or if they want to visit with a parent. Same is true for which parent they want to live with. A judge always decides. Even when parents agree to a particular Parenting Plan, it is always…

A legal separation is similar to a divorce – the same laws apply regarding custody, child support, alimony and property distribution. In addition, the court fees are legal fees are the identical. Some people opt for legal separation because they think it is “cheaper.” It’s not. Here are some considerations to help you decide whether…

Filing for divorce in Connecticut should not be taken lightly. Be certain that you want a divorce and that it is not a threat made out of anger or frustration. Divorce is obviously not a step to be taken lightly. However, if reconciliation is not possible and divorce seems inevitable here are a few steps…

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