Month: March 2018

In Connecticut, in divorce cases, everything isn’t always black and white. Sometimes disputes arise and tempers flare. The end results often lead to a costly divorce trial instead of a simplified divorce. A local attorney provides assistance to lower the chances of a trial and finalize the divorce quickly.

Ending Disputes About Assets

Common issues about marital assets are their exact value and which party receives them. The attorney arranges services such as property appraisals to establish the exact value of an asset. The services are beneficial in determining how the marital estate is divided. The attorney also provides negotiation skills to help their client acquire the properties and assets that matter the most to them.

Negotiating for Child Custody and Parenting Plans

To avoid trials and mediation, the attorney negotiates for child custody and parenting plans. If the couple isn’t able to agree initially, it is possible for them …

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The decision to file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy can offer a lifeline to those who are struggling with the pressures of unmanageable payments. While it is helpful, there are many who don’t fully understand what is involved in this process. Chapter 7 bankruptcy is a process where a court wipes away most types of unsecured debt. There are several frequently asked questions and answers to help get a better understanding.

Which Debts Can be Eliminated?

Most unsecured debts like credit card balances, past due utilities and past due rent will be wiped out after filing Chapter 7, there are some exceptions that should be noted. Student loan debt is an example of something that cannot be discharged. Also, money owed to the IRS as well as late payments towards child support will not disappear after filing Chapter 7 bankruptcy.

How Long Does It Take?

Each situation is different, so every …

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