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Enforcing Connecticut divorce agreements

When a divorcing couple reaches a settlement, each likely believes what is included in the settlement will be enforced. Sometimes, though, issues surrounding divorce in Connecticut aren't always that cut and dry. There are certain steps that have to be taken when it comes to getting the most out of a settlement or separation agreement, and that may leave divorcing couples feeling disheartened.

However, there is support for for those who need help with their divorce orders. It is best to have a plan in place regarding how a divorce agreement will be implemented. There can be many stipulations included in a divorce agreement, and not having a specified plan to fulfil these obligations and tasks could mean they're not fulfilled or adhered to at all. For instance, an agreement could stipulate that one parent pays child support, but if there is no plan on when that should occur, it might be an obligation that goes unfulfilled. 

Some of the issues contained in a divorce settlement may get complicated if there isn't a road map to guide the two people involved. Things like dividing retirement accounts or 401(k) plans could especially become problematic. An action plan for accomplishing these responsibilities is almost always essential.

Obtaining legal counsel when it comes to fulfilling the tasks outlined in a divorce settlement agreement may make them become a reality quicker -- like the division of assets, for instance. A divorce agreement is only part of the puzzle. The other part is actually adhering to what's in that agreement. A Connecticut attorney can help his or her client fashion a plan for executing those tasks.

Source: time.com, "How to Enforce Divorce Settlement Agreements," Lili A. Vasileff, Accessed on Jan. 20, 2018

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