In the "old days" (one might want to revert a few decades here and/or flash back to a few time-worn movies and television fare of yesteryear), parenting arrangements following divorce seemingly followed a typical and recurring theme.
When the topic of Connecticut liquor law comes up in commentary or conversation, the focus often turns quickly to the state's tight and comprehensive control of alcohol sales.
Although this might not be true, it certainly seems to be the case that most of what features in news articles and reports about businesses in Connecticut and nationally centers on growth, opportunities and profitability rather than on demise and, ultimately, dissolution.
The National Center for Family and Marriage at Bowling Green State University says approximately 25 percent of divorce actions are filed by couples aged fifty and up. Retirement is on the horizon, and yet older couples want to sever the bonds of marriage.