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Divorce shatters a woman’s self esteem. It also wreaks havoc on a man, but in different ways. Society still holds women responsible for the family.Whether in a married family or a divorced one, women are still the stabilizing forces in the family. Even women who are working outside the home in positions of power are scrambling to attend recitals and soccer games and to balance these parental responsibilities with their role in the boardroom.
When dividing property, the Connecticut court considers the value of the homemaker's services. In brief marriages, the court will try to divide the property so that the parties are in the same financial condition as they were before the marriage. In longer marriages, the court will try to divide the property 50-50. Ultimately, the division of property may vary widely from case to case depending on the court's analysis of a number of factors.
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