September 2014 Archives

How Do Courts Determine Connecticut Child Custody Arrangements?

Connecticut family courts have several different child custody arrangements available: joint custody, sole custody or third-party custody. Most of the statutes in the state's child custody laws tend to favor joint custody arrangements, in which both parents share custody of the child. However, it's important for parents going through a divorce to be familiar with the factors that go into determining the type of arrangement.

Hundreds Jailed Annually in New Jersey Counties for Failure to Pay Child Support

According to a recent report, more than 1,800 men and women were either sentenced to home confinement or incarcerated last year in two counties in New Jersey because they failed to make their child support payments. These numbers have raised attention to this important issue throughout the country and drawn controversy from supporters of the punishment, as well as critics who say that the punishments are too harsh.

How Does Division of Property Work in a Connecticut Divorce?

If you are going through a divorce, you will need to engage in the division of marital assets and property. There are two main steps to this process, which include determining the property that constitutes marital (or shared) property and the actual division of that property.


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