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Tel: 866.463.5144, 203.403.6659
E-mail: gcapodilupo@ridgefieldattorney.com
www.ridgefieldattorney.com
Disclaimer: The cont...
If you are facing a divorce, it is critically important to get
sound legal advice and a dedicated divorce lawyer on your
s...
Roles of Westport divorce attorney
• To describe all your legal options in terms of ending the
marriage,
• Providing for a...
How Long Does a Divorce Take in
Connecticut?
• There is a 90-day waiting period after the summons and
complaint are served...
Assisting Areas…
We assist with all of the areas you may encounter in this process,
including:
• Child Custody, Visitation...
Assisting Areas
• Property division
• Relocation and parental abduction
• Paternity
• Modifications
What if Only you Want Divorce?
• One spouse cannot prevent the other from getting a divorce.
• Connecticut is a "no fault"...
What if you don’t want divorce?
• If one spouse wants to try to prevent the divorce, he or she can ask
the court to order ...
Contact Us:
The Law Office of Giustino Capodilupo
Fairfield County Divorce Lawyer
Tel: 866.463.5144, 203.403.6659
E-mail: ...
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If you are facing a divorce, it is critically important to get sound legal advice and a dedicated divorce lawyer on your side as early in the process as possible. This is true even if you predict that the divorce will be relatively straightforward.
Contact our Connecticut law firm for a consultation regarding your family law concerns. You can call at 203-403-6659 and 866-463-5144. Or Email at gcapodilupo@ridgefieldattorney.com . Also fax us at 203-431-2189 our office is located at 100 Danbury Road, Suite 101, Ridgefield, CT 06877. Visit our website www.ridgefieldattorney.com for more information.

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  1. 1. Tel: 866.463.5144, 203.403.6659 E-mail: gcapodilupo@ridgefieldattorney.com www.ridgefieldattorney.com Disclaimer: The contents of this presentation are general in nature. Please use your discretion while following them. The author does not guarantee legal validity of the tips contained herein. Divorce in Connecticut
  2. 2. If you are facing a divorce, it is critically important to get sound legal advice and a dedicated divorce lawyer on your side as early in the process as possible. This is true even if you predict that the divorce will be relatively straightforward. Contact our Connecticut law firm for a consultation regarding your family law concerns.
  3. 3. Roles of Westport divorce attorney • To describe all your legal options in terms of ending the marriage, • Providing for any children, • Dividing marital property and debt, and • To help you choose the options that are in the best interests of you and any children.
  4. 4. How Long Does a Divorce Take in Connecticut? • There is a 90-day waiting period after the summons and complaint are served before anyone can be divorced. • If, you and your spouse disagree about any of the issues involved in the divorce — including the issue of whether to divorce at all — then the divorce may take a lot longer.
  5. 5. Assisting Areas… We assist with all of the areas you may encounter in this process, including: • Child Custody, Visitation & Parenting Time • Child support • Spousal support/alimony • Visitation
  6. 6. Assisting Areas • Property division • Relocation and parental abduction • Paternity • Modifications
  7. 7. What if Only you Want Divorce? • One spouse cannot prevent the other from getting a divorce. • Connecticut is a "no fault" divorce state, which means that a spouse needs only to claim that the marriage has irretrievably broken down in order for the court to grant a divorce.
  8. 8. What if you don’t want divorce? • If one spouse wants to try to prevent the divorce, he or she can ask the court to order both spouses to attend conciliatory meetings before the divorce is granted. – occur during the required three-month waiting period after the divorce petition is filed, – meetings would be led either by a family or religious counselor both spouses agree on, or by an officer of the family relations division of the court. • The court will order both spouses to attend at least two sessions, and if either party fails to attend, the divorce could be delayed for six months.
  9. 9. Contact Us: The Law Office of Giustino Capodilupo Fairfield County Divorce Lawyer Tel: 866.463.5144, 203.403.6659 E-mail: gcapodilupo@ridgefieldattorney.com www.ridgefieldattorney.com
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