When people are preparing to get married in Connecticut, they naturally have high hopes that the marriage will treat them kindly. Unfortunately, marriages do not always last, which is why prenuptial agreements are increasingly popular. These agreements are particularly more in demand today than ever before among millennials.
When two individuals get divorced, the court may decide to award spousal support to one spouse. The awarding of this spousal support, also known as alimony, may be based on a certain agreement by the couple, or it may be based on the court's decision. A few tips may help people navigate a divorce proceeding involving alimony, which can be complicated in Connecticut.