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Child support and college education in Connecticut

Parents who divorce usually work out how they plan to provide for their child during the divorce or custody negotiation. However, the specifics are not always as clear when it comes to college education. This is especially true for parents who split while the child is still quite young and his or her potential college education is still many years away.

Leave custody and child support out of prenuptial agreements

Many couples, especially those with significant assets, choose to create prenuptial agreements that outline their individual property and detail certain guidelines and expectations about financial behavior and ownership. These agreements are tremendously useful even to couples who never divorce, allowing each spouse to protect his or her property from the other's debts.

Mediation helps your children during divorce, too

When you think about mediation, your probably think about how you're working through property division or child custody disputes with a third party. What you may not realize is how good mediation can be in your everyday life as well. The tips and tricks you learn during your divorce mediation sessions have a direct impact on your children.

Is saving the business a priority in your divorce?

Some couples who choose to divorce before staying married too long or having children together truly do not understand how simple they have it. While no divorce is exactly easy or simple, and every divorce costs something, divorces between middle-aged couples with older children often prove exceptionally difficult to negotiate fairly.

Protecting 529 savings plans during divorce

For many parents today, saving for a child's education begins before he or she is even born. With the high costs of an education unlikely to go away anytime soon, this is a prudent choice. But, what happens when parents face divorce after they've already established an educational 529 savings plan?

Trust funds and divorce: Court allows transfers to protect funds

Trusts are legal tools that can serve a number of functions. One function is to protect assets from creditors. An interesting case questions whether a spouse going through a divorce counts as a creditor. If so, is it legal for the managers of the trust, the trustees, to transfer funds to protect them from the future ex?

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