How do Grounds for Divorce Work in Connecticut?

divorce-law-sadPeople 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, no hope of reconciliation.

In order to file for divorce in Connecticut, you have to have lived in Connecticut for 1 year prior to filing the complaint.

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Fairfield County, Connecticut Attorney David Volman provided personalized legal representation for Family law, personal injury, bankruptcy, criminal cases, real estate & business law.