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June 2016 Archives

Tackling property division in divorce quickly may be wise

Contested divorces in Connecticut can be trying both emotionally and financially. One reason a couple may choose to stay in a toxic marriage is because they feel they do not have enough money to get divorced, especially when they cannot agree on matters such as property division. However, there are a couple of major situations where a couple simply cannot afford not to get a divorce.

Delaying home buyout possible when tackling property division

One of the most challenging aspects of a divorce is dealing with the division of assets in Connecticut. This is especially true if the two people getting a divorce cannot agree on how to address property division when dealing with their biggest asset: the marital home. A couple of tips might help the parties tackle the dissembling of the household in as fair a way as possible.

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