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Divorce mediation could save time and money

Couples from Connecticut who are going through a divorce might not be familiar about the goals of divorce mediation. This can be either voluntary or mandated by the court. Typically, the goal of the process is to create a divorce agreement that is acceptable by both parties, avoid unnecessary expense and emotional distress that typically accompanies litigation and lessen the chances of there being any hostility between the former couple.

How virtual visitation is used in child custody modification

Divorced Connecticut parents may have seen the topic of virtual visitation come up during discussions about child custody modification. The concept of virtual visitation may be new to some parents who may have questions about what it means and its implications for their relationships with their children.

Divorce mediation in Connecticut

There are two types of divorce: those in which partners compete for every inch and those where both parties are committed to achieving a fair, equitable and cooperative future for themselves and for any children in the family. For those seeking an amicable divorce, mediation may be the ideal legal path to follow.

Protecting a business during divorce

Business owners in Connecticut may be surprised about how filing for a divorce could potentially affect their company. While many may not expect that their marriage is heading into trouble, it may be best to take the necessary precautions beforehand to ensure that any financial assets are protected should a divorce be in the future.

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