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Family law: What happens to kids when in high conflict situations

When parents argue in front of their children, they may be creating harmful, long-term effects. Connecticut family law has the best interests of children at heart and children in the middle of a high-conflict divorce may be emotionally injured just as badly as if they were being physically hurt. Children's brains react differently than adult brains and for them witnessing their parents horribly fighting can feel just like being at the center of the negativity.

Actress Ava Amurri and husband head for divorce after 8 years

Actress Susan Sarandon's actress daughter Ava Amurri has separated from her husband of eight years. The couple, along with their two children, recently moved into a renovated, historical home in Connecticut, but they are apparently heading for divorce. Amurri and Kyle Martino are expecting their third child.  

When can I modify a child support order in Connecticut?

Going through a separation and no longer living with your child is a tough transition to go through. You likely worry about maintaining the connection that you once had with your child now that you no longer spend all of your time under the same roof. If you are paying child support, you may be struggling to keep up with payments, or you may be wondering if you are paying too much.

Child custody: Regaining parental rights in Connecticut

There may be nothing more devastating to a parent than not being able to have a relationship with his or her child. Yet, parents going through a divorce sometimes face horrible child custody fights resulting in one losing custody of his or her kids. Connecticut parents who do lose custody of their children have some avenues to regain that custody -- with the help an an experienced lawyer. 

Pressing through the financial issues during a divorce

Making ends meet today can be pretty tough. It usually takes two incomes to live reasonably comfortably, so when a Connecticut couple makes the decision to divorce, looking at the financial picture is a necessity. Most likely each person will be moving forward independently on one income and that means the more knowledge each has about the law and finances, the better.

Tips for a less stressful divorce

No couple gets married with the intent of eventually ending the marriage. However, this is exactly what happens to nearly half of all married couples in the United States these days. It goes without saying that divorce is one of the most difficult and stressful life events that a person can experience. For those in Connecticut who are going through a divorce, these tips may help make this an easier transition.

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