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November 2018 Archives

4 facts to focus on when you're trying to avoid paying alimony

Some individuals want to pay their ex-spouses temporary alimony, especially when their marital break-up was amicable and they still care deeply for their exes. However, in most Connecticut divorce cases, the so-called "moneyed" spouse does not want to continue supporting their ex-spouse financially.

How do long-distance parents spend time with their children?

Not all parents are lucky enough to live in the same state as their children. These so-called "long-distance parents" will struggle to maintain a constant sense of connection with their kids via social media, video chats, text messages and regular phone conversations. These parents will also want to include in their parenting plans a way that they can spend extended periods of time -- usually during school summer vacations -- with their children each year.

How child support in Connecticut is determined

If you are going through a divorce and expect to have primary custody of your child, you may be interested in obtaining child support. Child support is a biweekly or monthly payment that goes to the custodial parent for the child's needs. This payment is made by the noncustodial parent.

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