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Who Pays for College after a Divorce?

Section 46b-56c of the General Statutes governs educational support orders. It allows a court to enter an order requiring one or both parents to pay for the child’s college expenses. Before entering such an order, however, the court must first find “that it is more...

CT Family Law: Divorce During COVID

By Carole Topol Orland, Esq.Broder Orland Murray & DeMattie LLC, Matrimonial & Family Law, Westport/ Greenwich It is possible to initiate, work through, and finalize a divorce during COVID. And you will not even have to go to Court. Our office is handling...

Seven Things to Consider when Thinking about a Divorce

  Starting a divorce may seem daunting. Whether you are contemplating your options or have decided you’re ready for a divorce, consider the following tips from the team at Ferro & Battey LLC, as you take the next steps:   1. A Friend or Family Member’s Experience...

10 Things Your “Best Friend” Might Want to Know About Divorce…

TEN THINGS YOUR “BEST FRIEND” MIGHT WANT TO KNOW ABOUT DIVORCE! When can I DATE? Does the CAUSE OF THE BREAKDOWN matter? How much does “the affair” matter? Alcohol? Drugs? Physical/emotional abuse? Are E-mails discoverable? Who will get CUSTODY of our children and...

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