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The key role of a parenting plan in a Connecticut divorce

We duly note a point on our website at the proven Connecticut family law firm of Berdon, Young & Margolis concerning children-linked divorce matters that we think virtually any reader will agree with.

And that is this: Where dissolution is involved, “it always comes down to the children and what’s right for them.”

3 professionals you want for your business team

Creating a start-up is an exciting endeavor that comes with many rewards. It also comes with risks, which is why it is important to start off on the right foot. You may have already formulated a business plan and maybe even secured financing. These are only a few of many important steps to solidify your business.

You also need the right team of professionals to succeed. Make sure you fill the following positions with qualified people who will support your company. Not only will their knowledge help you, but they will also free up your time for you to work on your business.

Connecticut spirit distillers raise glasses to this legislation

We noted in a recent Berdon, Young & Margolis blog post that Connecticut spirit distillers collectively “had their fingers crossed” pending the potential passage of would-be law that could dramatically jump start their businesses.

Uncross those digits and let the jumping commence.

Post-divorce reality for many fathers: it’s better

Many fathers across the country who reportedly have a lacking perception of themselves as dads during marriage conjure up a readjusted attitude in the wake of divorce.

That shouldn’t be surprising, says the dad-focused publication Fatherly. It notes in a recent article on fathers’ post-divorce relationship with children that that men “tend to have a more multifaceted experience with [their] children after a divorce.”

It’s my money, says divorced spouse; think again, responds court

Most dollars spent with a narrow focus hardly weigh in later with material consequences. A pack of gum is, well, a pack of gum.

One unusual tale recently emerged in Michigan to underscore a stunning it-was-just-a-buck tale, though. We spotlight it for readers today because of its relevance to family law and divorce-tied property division.

3 benefits of hiring a forensic accountant for your divorce

Divorce is rarely easy. After all, if you are separating from your spouse, you may feel a variety of emotions. Fortunately, your divorce will not last forever. 

To increase your chances of securing financial freedom after your divorce, you must receive your fair share of marital property. Of course, you can only advocate for your financial interests if you have a realistic picture of your marriage finances. Hiring a forensic accountant to help you through the dissolution of your marriage may be helpful for the following three key reasons: 

How does an employment agreement avail a CT business owner?

We note a key point regarding legal agreements on our website at the long-tenured New Haven business law firm of Berdon, Young & Margolis. We state therein that “not only is it critical that contracts and forms clearly state responsibilities and rewards, they must also stand up to tough legal scrutiny.”

That is perhaps nowhere more apparent than with employment agreements. Those key contracts set forth key processes and expectations governing the employer-worker relationship. We stress on our Connecticut commercial law site that a solid contract can “eliminate many misunderstandings” that might otherwise occur between business managers and their hires regarding work-linked matters.

CT’s proposed budget has material business implications

“We’re going to get a budget that’s balanced without raising taxes on anybody.”

That utterance from Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont late last week was like salve for sore ears for one distinct state demographic.

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