amicable divorce

How to “Play House” when You’re Getting Divorced or Separated

If you are planning a divorce or legal separation in Connecticut, one important questions need to be resolved. In this post, we’ll address a couple of common questions we get about the practicalities of divorce.

 “We want a divorce but we can’t afford two homes. What can we do?” 

In today’s cash-strapped world, many couples are willing to find creative ways to legally separate—even divorce—but still temporarily live together. 

What Is an Amicable Divorce and How Does It Work?

Is it possible to get a divorce…and still remain friends?

Not every divorce has to end up with a prolonged court battle. The good news is that most divorcing couples don’t want their lives to mirror a tawdry television show. They recognize that their marriage has come to an end, but are wise enough not to spread the hurt around, especially if they have children.

The solution, then, is something called an amicable, or friendly divorce. And while the couple still needs to consult with a divorce lawyer or attorney, they will primarily be working with a divorce mediator.