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How do you responsibly manage your alimony after divorce?

In some divorce cases, alimony is awarded. Alimony is often called spousal support, but they function in the same way: one spouse pays another spouse for either a temporary or indefinite amount of time to alleviate any financial hardship that could occur as a result of the divorce.

The worst things divorcees want to hear from you

Going through a divorce may produce a range of emotions for you. Announcing it may produce a range of responses as well. Some may be very sincere, others may be downright stupid. Nevertheless, you are going to have to deal with them. In the meantime, it is helpful to know what’s coming from those who don’t have a good sense of decorum, or any class.

Helping children turn the page after your divorce

Divorce is not easy for anyone, and children have their own unique issues when the family unit breaks apart. However, you can help them over the rough spots and make sure they transition as smoothly as possible into this new chapter in their lives. While at first it may be difficult or at least awkward, working out a plan with your ex-spouse to help your children adjust to life between two parents and two homes is now a priority.

Who is eligible for Connecticut's 'simple divorce'?

While divorce can be a lengthy, complex process, it doesn't have to be. If you meet certain requirements, it's possible to get a divorce finalized in 35 days or less in Connecticut. This can be an ideal solution for couples who haven't been married very long and don't have children or significant assets.

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