When filing for divorce in Connecticut, a couple seeking a peaceful, amicable divorce, and who are committed to staying out of Court, can utilize the services of a neutral attorney-mediator to file for divorce or legal separation.
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The key values to consider are:
Separate and Divorce Amicably
Here are some important steps in ending the cycle of conflict when you divorce.
Unresolved conflict brings clients to the Divorce Process. You need to defuse the conflict first to have a divorce be supportive rather than destructive. Accepting that there are two people with very different, yet valid, perspectives is just the start. To learn how to do this, let’s look at what creates and destroys love in relationships.
1. A Divorce Mediator must be empathetic and an avid listener.
In a divorce, you'll hear the phrases "maintain a lifestyle to which your family is accustomed" and "reasonable needs." There's an inherent conflict for divorcing couples between the concepts of lifestyle and reasonable needs. The cost to meet the reasonable needs of your family may be much different than the cost of your lifestyle.
For many families, divorce is an opportunity for a financial fresh start. During the divorce process, we must address the debt and how the debt is paid. Debt really does stink. Unfortunately, most of us have more debt than we'd like. How do you get rid of debt in a divorce? In my search for answers I've come across several services that might help. Check them out if debt is bringing you down.
How is child support determined in the State of Connecticut and what is considered Income for purpuses of Child Support. The child-support guideline is just that. A guideline. First, we need to look carefully at the parties income. What is mom's gross income per year? What is dad's gross income per year? We look at most recent income statements, last year's tax returns, and my absolute favorite, social security statements.
Many divorcing spouses in Connecticut or clients seeking a legal separation whether in the New Haven Court, Hartford Court, New Britain or Tolland, or any other Connecticut Court, ask a variety of tax-related divorce questions. Is Alimony and Child Support taxable?
Many divorcing spouses or clients seeking a legal separation, ask a variety of tax-related divorce questions. Here are some divorce-related tax issues in a Connecticut Divorce. Once such questions is as follows:What Assets Divided in a Connecticut Divorce are Taxable?
About 90% of U.S. businesses are family owned so it’s no surprise that one of the first questions divorcing couples ask themselves is, “What is the business worth?” Obviously, both parties to want as much as they can get which often leads one party to undervalue the business and one party to overvalue the business. You can easily see why agreeing on the value of a business can be one of the most contentious and expensive issues in a divorce.