Child Custody issues:
Child Support issues:
Spousal Support Issues:
The State of Connecticut does not distinguish between marital and separate property. All property acquired before or during the marriage (and even during the divorce) can be equitably divided regardless of who owns the property.
“Can I leave the marital home? Can I make my spouse leave the marital home?”
|Child Custody issues:|
My ex-spouse exercises visitation with my kids, but I want to move with them to another state. Can I go?
|Child Support issues:|
“My ex-wife has recently married a very wealthy man. Can I now stop making child support payments?”
“What are the Child Support Guidelines?”
“How can I keep my legal bills under control?”
“My spouse has had several affairs; it’s one of the reasons we split up. Can I use this against him in the divorce proceedings?”
“What are the grounds for divorce in Connecticut?”
“What can you suggest to your clients to help them through the divorce process?”
“Is it true that going to court is the only way to ensure you’ll get your fair share?”
|Spousal Support Issues:|
“I built my business with no support from my spouse. Is he still entitled to a share of it?”
“Can I make modifications to my Divorce Decree? My circumstances have changed, and I’m going to need more support.”
Stamford Connecticut lawyer Frederic J. Siegel is a partner with Siegel, Reilly & Conlon LLC and has over 27 years experience in the practice of family law and divorce.