Connecticut Divorce Procedures
From 1st July 2009 onwards, the following expenses have been revised.
The divorce procedure is initiated when one divorcing partner files a Petition as well as a Summons. The Petition consists of information regarding the grounds of the divorce and how the Petitioner would desire to manage issues like alimony, child custody, distribution of property etc. The venue of filing the Petition is the local state courthouse.
The next step is to serve the Respondent with a copy of the Summons along with supporting documents that are related to the jointly owned property of the couple and all types of obligations concerning this property like debts and income.
The proof of service is filed in the court. From the date on which this proof is filed, a cooling off period of 90 days exists during which no divorce process can be undertaken.
It is expected that the Respondent should file the response by the date mentioned in he Petition. The Response can be one of the following.
Automatic Restraining Orders in Connecticut Divorce Procedure
When a Complaint for Divorce is issued, automatic restraining orders are made mandatory on the Plaintiff. After these divorce papers are served to the Respondent, these orders are made compulsory for this person also.
The intention of these orders is that during the cooling off period, the divorcing partners should not execute any steps, like raiding the other partner's assets, with an aim that when the divorce becomes final the other partner is placed at a disadvantage.
The other aim of these restraining orders is to prohibit the divorcing partners from the following actions.
Collaborative Divorce Procedure
Collaborative Divorce means that the divorcing partners along with their respective lawyers determine to solve all their divorce issues by negotiations without intimidating to initialize or actually initializing exorbitant court lawsuits. The informal methods of this type of divorce are negotiation, four way conferences, voluntary production of financial documents and if required assistance of outside professionals like family counselors, financial planners and accountants.
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