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Ways social media can hurt a divorce case
Check out this article looking at the different ways social media can hurt one’s position in divorce negotiations. The article focuses on how evidence gleaned from social media can be used to back up allegations of hidden assets or as a way to undermine one’s parenting abilities during a child custody fight. While many people may think that increasing their privacy settings is enough to avoid such situations, the best thing to do is often to get off social media entirely.
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Signs that a marriage can be salvaged
Learn how Connecticut married couples can determine whether they should continue to work on their relationship or consider splitting up. Find out how still going on dates, knowing the right way to argue, little reminders of each other and recognizing how your actions can impact your spouse’s behavior all play a part in what to do next about your relationship.
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Divorce in Connecticut
Learn the ways that parents can make breaking the news of divorce to children a smoother process. There are several important steps to take, such as discussing the issue as a family when possible. Read about the different emotions a child may feel and how to seek help when children are not handling the news well.
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Handling a home in a divorce
Residents in Connecticut who are getting a divorce but do not want to give up their family home should click on this link now. This article will give you important things to consider before you make a final decision about your home. Get the facts about the true cost of owning a home and learn about the potential risks you face if you maintain a joint mortgage with a former spouse.
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Channel 8 Feature: Collaborative Divorce. No Court, No Threats of Court. Teams of individuals that work with you to resolve your issues behind closed doors and lessen the heartache.
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How to establish paternity in Connecticut
Take a look at this article about paternity in Connecticut. Read more to learn about the rights of unwed fathers and how paternity is established in the state. Unlike with married couples, there is no presumption of paternity for parents who are not wed. As such, a father does not have any parental rights towards his child until paternity has been legally established. This may be done through both parents signing an acknowledgement of paternity form or through a court order.
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