Family and Divorce Attorneys Connecticut
Divorce is filing legal action against your spouse for dissolution of marriage. When filing for a divorce, it is advisable to get a divorce attorney. This is because divorce is extremely unpleasant. A professional Connecticut Family and Divorce Attorney helps in fixing these tough situations. Attorney George W. Ganim Jr., works tirelessly to obtain the best possible results and stands by you in this difficult situation.
Divorce laws in Connecticut
Divorce is a legal process that involves several issues like property division, child custody, and spousal support. Following are some divorce rules in Connecticut:
- One can file the divorce on the basis of that the parties have been apart for at least 18 months.
- One of them should have been the resident of Connecticut for at least twelve months preceding the date of the filing.
- The cause for the dissolution of the marriage arose after either party moved into this state.
Child custody and support: According to Connecticut family law, it’s best for a child to have frequent and continuing contact with both parents after a divorce and requires all parents to support their children.
Spousal support: Here, both the wife and the husband have the right to claim spousal support. Court will consider a number of different factors and decide whether to award alimony payments.
Property Division: Assets and debts will be distributed between them. There will be fair property division.
Family and divorce law also involves several other factors that can be tough for you to cope with. Contact our Connecticut Family and Divorce Attorneys for support. Discuss your strategies and divorce plan with us and we will help you achieve the best possible outcome. Call at 203-713-8383 now for a free consultation today!
Wills & Estates
Estate planning is not just for the elderly! It is important that you have an estate plan in place to ensure that your assets are distributed according to your wishes. Attorney George W. Ganim, Jr. will provide you with the legal advice to guide you through your estate planning.It is important that you think about having a will as it puts into place an orderly distribution of your assets. It specifies how your property and assets should be distributed by an executor who is appointed by you to carry out the wishes contained in your will.Without a will your assets will be distributed according to state statute which will more than likely be different than had you planned with a will.
Attorney Ganim also recommends that all individuals consider having a living will, health care directive or durable power of attorney to assist them should they become incapacitated. It allows you to appoint a person you trust to make health care and-or financial decisions during your period of incapacitation.
Attorney Ganim can also assist you or a loved one in Probate Court as he is an experienced lawyer who has appeared in most of the Probate Courts in the State of Connecticut.
Contact Attorney Ganim for a free consultation today.