For parents, one of if not the most important aspect of divorce is what happens to the children. Who will financially support the children? Who will get custody? Where will the children live? What kind of options do you have? As a parent, all of these questions and more are likely running through your head. In this section of our website, you can learn about child issues in a Connecticut divorce and how to make the right choices for your family.

Important Pages

For child issues in divorce 101, check out the important information that we list in this section. First, start out by learning how divorce will likely impact your children and your family. You can learn about some of the most common concerns that children have in divorce, as well as some of the most common issues that children and families face. On this page, we give you the tools to help your children through the divorce.

Child custody is oftentimes one of the most important concerns that parents have when divorce is on the table. Here, you can learn more about different custody options, making custody decisions, temporary orders, visitation, and much more.

Child support is another issue that those divorcing will face. Who is responsible for what when it comes to the children, financially? Who enforces child support agreements? What happens if one party refuses to pay their child support? How and when does payment stop? We discuss these issues and much more on our child support page.

People commonly think that mothers get full custody of kids or get to live with them. This is not always the case. On this page, we discuss the rights that other important parties have, such as fathers and grandparents. Learn more about other family members’ rights and responsibilities on this page.

Help With Your Divorce

If you are seeking a Connecticut divorce and you need help with child related issues, we are here for you. Contact us today and we can review your situation. Each divorce is different, and each person has different priorities in divorce. We will review what you want from your divorce with you and help you obtain it.