Divorce is a very painful and complex process, watch this video to learn what to except during Divorce.
Find out what are the grounds that can initiate a divorce as attorney David Volman addresses a very critical issue in majority of divorces in Connecticut.
Learn about Connecticut’s Child Custody laws by attorney David G. Volman.
People always wonder if they have to have grounds for divorce. Connecticut is a no-fault divorce state. You don’t have to prove fault to get divorced. You can just claim… Read More
People always wonder if they have to have grounds for divorce. Connecticut is a no-fault divorce state. You don’t have to prove fault to get divorced. You can just claim irreconcilable differences,… Read More
If you don’t pay your child support, your spouse can file a motion of contempt against you and the court can incarcerate you. If you see that you cannot afford… Read More
People always want to know what they are entitled to when they get divorced. In Connecticut, all spouses are entitled to 50% of all assets accrued during the marriage. They… Read More
In Connecticut, either party can request alimony. Alimony is based on many circumstances including the earning capacity of the parties, the ability to acquire future assets. The rule of thumb… Read More
In order to determine what should happen in your divorce, your attorney needs to request discovery. That means that your attorney needs to get tax returns, bank statements, credit card… Read More
People always want to know if they are going to be responsible for their spouse’s debts. In Connecticut, the spouse is only responsible for the other spouse’s medical bills. Usually,… Read More