In the majority of cases, Connecticut law mandates a 90-day “cooling off” period from the time a spouse files a divorce complaint, during which time both spouses consult with their attorneys, exchange … Read More
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The financial affidavits from each spouse, combined, are the basis for determining the marital estate the court will distribute. Our Supreme Court minced no words in an opinion regarding each spouse’s … Read More