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You Donít Need a Prenup if... by Gary Oberst, Esq.
Reducing Stress in Visitation Exchanges by Donna F. Ferber, LPC, LADC
Children, Divorce and the Holidays by Holly Abery-Wetstone & Donna F. Ferber, M.A., C.A.C.
New Child Support Guidelines by Deena Lynn Gans, Esq.
Collaborative Divorce - A Healthier Alternative by Ellie Stoddard, Attorney & Mediator
Collaborative Law FAQs by Wendy E. Prince, JD
A Different Way to Think About Divorce by Edward Goldberg, CFP, ChFC, CDFA
Court Finds Husband in Contempt... by Maya Murphy, Attorneys at Law
Court Awards Wife Alimony... by Maya Murphy, Attorneys at Law
Post Petition Divorce Property Settlement ... by Maya Murphy, Attorneys at Law
Because Swede Met State Residency Requirements ... by Maya Murphy, Attorneys at Law
Court Enjoins Defendant by Maya Murphy, Attorneys at Law
Prenuptial Agreement ... by Maya Murphy, Attorneys at Law
Trial Court Declines to Award Alimony ... by Maya Murphy, Attorneys at Law
Trial Court Invalidates ... by Maya Murphy, Attorneys at Law
Appellate Court Reverses ... by Maya Murphy, Attorneys at Law
Bridging the Gap in the Legal System by Susan W. Wakefield, Esq.
Divorce With Limited Scope Representation by Susan W. Wakefield, Esq.
The Price for Peace by Susan W. Wakefield, Esq.
Dissolution of Marriage in Connecticut by Hilary B. Miller, Esq.
Credit Scoring - The Unseen Financial Danger In Divorce by Lili A Vasileff, Certified Divorce Specialist, Certified Financial Planner®
Some Financial Hints for Divorce by Morris Armstrong, CFP, ChFC, CDP
Innocent Spouse Relief Under Internal Revenue Code Section 6013(E)(1) by Holly Abery-Wetstone & Donna F. Ferber, M.A., C.A.C.
If Youíre Divorcing, Consider Mediation by Ellie Stoddard, Attorney & Mediator

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Connecticut requires a pure "equitable distribution" of the property. This means that all property of the parties is subject to distribution. This includes property that was acquired before the marriage. When dividing property, the court considers the length of the marriage, the cause for the divorce and whether either party is at fault, the age, health, occupation, and employability of each party, the needs of each of the parties, and the contribution of each of the parties in the acquisition, preservation or appreciation value of the property.

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