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Signs Of Abuse

There are many different types of neglect and abuse. Here, I will discuss ten signs of each type of abuse. Neglect Neglect can be a problem in many nursing homes or home health aide settings. Sometimes, nurses and other aides forget about their patients or miscommunicate when it comes to who needs to take care [...]

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Everything You Need To Know About Bail In Connecticut

After Arrest After someone is arrested, there is a waiting period until his or her trial takes place. This waiting period will generally last for a few weeks, but it can last up to a few months. The purpose of posting a bond is to eliminate the time that a defendant would spend in jail during this [...]

By | December 20th, 2016|Bail Bond Series|Comments Off on Everything You Need To Know About Bail In Connecticut

Divorce and Other Factors

Many divorces include extenuating factors that affect them. On this page, you can find some additional factors that might affect a divorce. If you find yourself in one or more of these situations, it could complicate your divorce. As a result, it is in your best interest to contact a divorce lawyer. Criminal Cases And [...]

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The Divorce Process

If you've decided that you want to file for a divorce, you will now enter the divorce process. There can be a lot of uncertainty associated with the divorce process. This page will discuss many of the important aspects of the process that you should familiarize yourself with. If you need more assistance, contact my [...]

By | December 15th, 2016|Divorce|Comments Off on The Divorce Process

Types of Divorce and Alternatives

Types of Divorce and Alternatives Most people have a certain idea of what a divorce will be. But, this one image of divorce is not always accurate. You and your spouse might explore alternatives to a traditional divorce in court. On this page, I talk about some of these alternatives that you might consider. You [...]

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Alimony

Types Of Spousal Support Oftentimes, divorce does not signify a complete end for your relationship with your spouse. Your romantic relationship might be over. But, if you have children together, you will probably continue to be in each others’ lives for a long time. This happens as you continue to make decisions concerning your children. [...]

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Child Custody and Support

If you have children, they will become the focus of many of your divorce proceedings. In this section, you can learn about two important things related to your children in divorce. These things are child custody and child support. Use this information to get your questions answered. Sole Custody If you and your spouse have [...]

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Divorce and Children

If you have children, they will be one of the most significant aspects of your divorce. As a parent, you want to make sure that they are happy, healthy, and taken care of. While divorce presents a new way of life that your children will have to become accustomed to to, they will adjust. Here, [...]

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After a Divorce

Moving on from a divorce can be a difficult process. While your marriage is legally over, it will take time for you to emotionally and financially recover. There are many things to keep in mind as you get used to your new life. Here are a few topics that you might be struggling with as [...]

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Factors in Divorce

Fault Vs. No Fault Divorce In the past, many states required a specific reason for couples who wanted to get a divorce. A divorce would not be granted unless one of these factors was proven in court. Now, Connecticut and many other states do not require fault in order for a couple to get divorced. [...]

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