In Connecticut, getting a divorce is an important decision.
Before one thinks of getting a divorce, one may want to meet with a family counselor.
A counselor is someone who can help in identifying issues concerning marriage and the decision to get a separation.
- If both the partners disagree about child custody or other vital matters, both should positively think about getting an attorney.
- When the partners agree on basic amenities, it takes about 90 to 120 days to complete separation.
- The Family Services Office of the Judicial Branch’s Court Support Services Division (CSSD) can also mediate divorce cases.