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The 4 big issues that may lead to divorce in Connecticut

Marriage takes open and honest communication. There are some issues that may take a marriage into territory from which there is no returning. These four big issues, if not rectified, may escalate to the point of causing a Connecticut couple to divorce. They're known as the four As: adultery, abuse, agendas and addiction.

The importance of making a divorce in Connecticut final in 2018

Connecticut couples seriously thinking of calling it quits would do well to make that decision this year. Finalizing a divorce in 2018 may save each individual some money since the government has made some far-reaching changes regarding divorce. These changes will especially affect couples who are financially well-off. 

Do you need to modify your child support order?

After the dust settles on a divorce, it can take some time for parents to get the hang of sharing custody and child-rearing responsibilities and privileges. While some parents handle the transition better than others, it is very common for divorced parents to have numerous conflicts as they rear their children together, especially when it comes to child support.

Dealing with child custody problems in Connecticut

To say that divorce is sad is an understatement. When a marriage breaks down for whatever reason in Connecticut, it means the family dynamic also changes. If the couple has children, child custody issues come into play, and they, too, aren't always without problems. Co-parenting in two different households can be overwhelming, not only for the parents but for the children, too.

Family law: Divorced parents and disciplining children

Raising children can be hard even when both parents are living in the same household. But when parents are divorced and the kids are shuffled between two abodes, issues surrounding discipline may crop up. Even if Connecticut parents have issues between themselves, when they put those on the back burner and focus on their children's best interests, it may be much easier to co-parent using family law guidelines, and that includes what to do when it comes to correcting children's untoward behavior.

Breastfeeding could play a role in child custody in Connecticut

If a couple with a young child or baby splits up, there may be an added factor to consider when it comes to the child. If the woman is breastfeeding the baby and child custody is such that the parents share co-parenting and custody, mom may become worried how her baby may fare being separated from her for lengthy periods. It's important that Connecticut couples with this issue understand each other and try to do what's best for the infant, especially when the dad may think that his former spouse is using breastfeeding as a means of keeping his child from him.

This app apparently can help to make divorce less painful

There seems to be an app for everything these days, so why not one to make breaking up less painful? Well, there is that. Connecticut couples who have made the decision to divorce might want to check out Amicable. This app  touts itself as a one-stop shop for divorce, childcare and financial arrangements.

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  • Hi Yuliana and Attorney Prince, Thank you so much for taking time out of your busy day to meet with me. I really appreciated how compassionate you were while listening to my situation, even through my tears. Thank you so much for sharing such valuable information with me. I left feeling very hopeful that when the dust settles, I’ll be ok.
  • Wendy helped guide us through a very difficult and emotional process and was really able to provide an even and fair account for both parties. It's quite evident in her expertise in this area but the way she was able to make you feel safe and secure in a very insecure time goes far beyond her legal prowess. If the two parties are really willing to cooperate and collaborate, she's there to help gain the best possible solution for all involved, especially if there are children.
  • Regardless of how committed one is to the fact that divorce may be imminent and necessary, it is truly one of the most emotional and stressful situations one can experience. It can also be daunting. Wendy has a remarkable ability to cut through the noise and help you focus on the big picture while drilling down on what is most pertinent to your particular situation., they are a formidable team who work collectively with your best interests in mind.
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