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Can a Connecticut child support order include college expenses?

Parents everywhere know that just because children reach the age of maturity, it does not necessarily mean they no longer require financial support. Like other states, the age of maturity in Connecticut is 18 and most people at this age are able to work and become self-sufficient. However, if a mature child attends college, especially on a full-time basis, they may need parental help in paying for these expenses.

Simple advice for the man who needs spousal support

Despite how the modern world views male and female roles in a marriage, alimony is one thing most men refuse to request in a divorce. Many men feel ashamed to consider alimony, or they may feel like a failure as a man who is supposed to be successful and self-sufficient. Unfortunately, the negative connotations associated with male alimony have left many a Connecticut man in dire financial straits after divorce.

What does community and noncommunity property really mean?

Aside from issues concerning children, property division is one of the most complicated elements of divorce. It is also a massive source of conflict for many couples getting divorced. Many times, this conflict arises because each spouse is concerned that the other will come out ahead. Regardless of the reason, ongoing conflict can become fuel for an all-out battle.

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