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June 2014 Archives

Mother accused of violating custody agreement

For parents in Connecticut and, indeed, anywhere in the U.S., child custody disputes can be painful to go through. It can be difficult for a parent to accept that they may not be able to spend as much time with their child as they might like. Child custody decisions are supposed to be in the best interests of the child. No matter how much a parent loves their child, their wishes can still come into conflict with what a court views to be best for the child.

Former couple finally settle substantial marital property

Trying to reach an agreement over who gets what during your divorce can be difficult at best. Some people have very definite ideas about what is theirs, or what they want from a settlement, but unfortunately this is not always in keeping with the wishes of their spouse. For Connecticut couples with substantial assets, the matter of property division can become even more complicated. The more there is to split, the more these couples are willing to pay in the fight for their fair share.

Areas of U.S. help parents find employment to pay child support

There are many children in Connecticut who don't get to spend time with both of their parents. Even so, this does not mean that they should not receive the financial support of both parents. Children have many needs and the costs soon add up. So when parents go their separate ways, child support laws aim to ensure that the children's well-being is still looked after.

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