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Innovative West Hartford Divorce attorneys determined to advocate for the best interests of their clients.
Innovative West Hartford Divorce attorneys determined to advocate for the best interests of their clients.

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Attorney James T. Flaherty was selected for the 8th consecutive year to Connecticut Super Lawyers. Super Lawyers is a service that rates lawyers from more than 70 practice areas who have attained a high-degree of peer recognition and professional achievement. The selection process is multi-phased and includes independent research, peer nominations and peer evaluations.
Also selected to Connecticut Super Lawyers in 2016 were Flaherty Legal Group Attorneys Sandi Girolamo and Pamela Magnano. This is Sandi's sixth and Pam's third consecutive year of inclusion in Connecticut Super Lawyers.
The honorees will be recognized in the November issues of Connecticut Magazine and New England Super Lawyers Magazine.
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Three Reasons Why Legal Representation is Important for a Connecticut Uncontested Divorce http://ow.ly/2FIN3J

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Divorce and the Family Business - In any case involving a significant marital estate, the issue of asset division can become incredibly complicated. Some types of assets generate more controversy than others. For example, allocating real estate is much more complicated than allocating fungible assets like cash or stocks. However, distributing a family business is among the most complex tasks divorcing parties and their attorneys can face.  Read More... http://www.flgfamilylaw.com/blog/divorce-and-the-family-business/

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The New Jersey Teen Child Support Case Explained - Recently, national news networks covered the case of Rachel Canning, the 18-year-old New Jersey high school student who sued her parents for child support and payment of her college tuition. This case generated a great deal of interest, and many people questioned how it was able to go as far as it did. We thought... Read More http://ow.ly/2Fhuf8

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Continuing Ripples After the Windsor Decision - Handed down in June 2013, United States v. Windsor is one of the most momentous decisions to come out of the Supreme Court in years. While we have previously discussed the direct effect of this case on our other blog, (see Attorney Magnano’s blog posts from March and August of 2013) we thought it was... Read More http://ow.ly/2F43nX

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Ways to Prepare for Divorce - One of the difficult but often overlooked aspects of divorce is that your life must go on while you complete the process. This can be especially problematic when many of the assets you need for your daily life are caught in the middle of the asset allocation process. The breakdown of a marriage is not always something that sets in gradually.  In many cases, both spouses see the divorce coming from a long way off. When spouses are willing to work together to disentangle their lives during the pendency of a divorce, things quite often work out better for both of them.  Read More...http://bit.ly/1dodU91

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How Does CT’s Equitable Distribution Law Affect Your 401(k)? http://ow.ly/2EDIAG

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Including College Expenses in Connecticut Child Support - The standard child support order in Connecticut lasts until the child reaches the age of majority, 18 years old. However, under a law passed in 2002, Connecticut courts can order one or both divorcing parents (or a father subject to a paternity action) to pay support for accredited college or vocational programs, until the child... Read More http://ow.ly/2Equmm

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Protecting Net Worth During Divorce - We talked previously about identifying and protecting assets during divorce. For all divorcing couples, protecting net worth is important. Couples with high net worth face a complicated process to divide assets and preserve wealth during divorce.  Connecticut courts divide property equitably — this means that property, assets, and income that are determined to be part... Read More http://ow.ly/2EdSCS

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Connecticut Initiates Pilot Program for Limited Attorney Representation http://ow.ly/2E1bHJ
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