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Connecticut getting divorce

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In Connecticut getting 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 decision of getting a separation.

  • If both the partners disagree about child custody or other important 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 a separation.
  • The Family Services Office of the Judicial Branch’s Court Support Services Division (CSSD) can also mediate divorce cases.

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