Those in Connecticut who are contemplating a divorce may have an interest in learning more about the process. Though many people are aware that divorce can indeed be an emotional affair for all involved, some may fail to also consider the financial implications that a divorce can have. As such, they may inadvertently invite a degree of complication into the divorce process than would otherwise be necessary.
When a Connecticut marriage dissolves, the division of property can be difficult. The couple and their representatives will look at everything from prenuptial agreements to property obtained during the marriage. While most items can be valuated for a final determination, this is difficult when working with investments and business interests that may have minimal value today but excellent potential for the future. These assets require special care and treatment.