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Effective August 1, 2005, the Child Support Guidelines changed dramatically. The former guidelines were based on economic data from 1999 and the guidelines themselves have a review process that includes consideration of more recent economic data.
In Connecticut, grounds for divorce may be no-fault, which means irreconcilable differences, or the traditional fault grounds of adultery, fraud, intolerable cruelty, imprisonment, confinement due to mental illness, and living separately for 18 months.
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