Connecticut divorce

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Divorce Residency Essentials to Get Divorce in Connecticut

To file for divorce in the state of Connecticut, one of the spouses must have lived in the state for a minimum of one year. Unique to Connecticut is something called a return date. The return date, which is assigned by the court, is the date in which the spouse must appear at the court. At this time a 90 day waiting period will apply before the divorce is granted within the state.

Reasons for Divorce in Connecticut

Connecticut recognizes both at-fault and no-fault grounds for divorce.

A person may file a divorce without an attorney based on no-fault grounds when the marriage is irretrievably broken or if there has been an incompatible and voluntary separation for 18 months with no prospects for reconciliation.

At-fault grounds for divorce in the state include adultery or life imprisonment of one of the spouses. Other reasons may include fraudulent behavior, incurable insanity, cruelty, willful desertion, and non-support.

Both at-fault and no-fault divorce grounds can be used for filing an inexpensive divorce using

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Custody of the Children in Connecticut

The court awards joint and individual custody in the state of Connecticut. In a non-contested divorce, custody is based on the parties' agreement. In a contested situation, the court considers the wishes of the child if he or she is sufficiently mature. Factoring in the court’s decision regarding child custody is a parenting education program which must be satisfactorily completed and participated in by both parents.

Connecticut Child Support Guidelines

The state of Connecticut has specific state-mandated child support guidelines. These guidelines will apply in virtually every case, barring exceptional circumstances. Both parties' gross income and child related expenses are taken into consideration when calculating the amount. Support continues until the child reaches age 18 but may be extended until he or she completes their secondary education.

Divorce Mediation

Issues of disagreement may be addressed at mediation. The family courts may require mediation, or it may be requested by both parties to allow a case to go through the court as an uncontested divorce. Parties may agree to submit disputed issues to mediation before or after the divorce is initiated.

Filing fees

The court filing fees charged by the state of Connecticut are in additional to the cost of using Check with your local courthouse to find the exact amount charged for local court filings. Preparing ahead in this manner will save you from any surprises as you complete your divorce forms.

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