Does my spouse have the right to take half of all my property?

Connecticut divorce attorney Sally Oldham explains property division in Connecticut.

By Sally Oldham
October 20, 2013
CT FAQs/Asset and Property Issues


Property division in Connecticut is not susceptible to a simple formula. All property is subject to division, although particular arguments may apply to different kinds of property. You should consult an attorney to determine how particular types of assets may be considered in a divorce.




Sally Oldham is a partner at Rutkin, Oldham & Griffin, LLC, which was founded on the premise that a law firm can make a real difference in people’s lives and can shape the course of the law. They have offices located in Westport and Greenwich, Connecticut. Back To Top

October 20, 2013
Categories:  Financial Issues|FAQs

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