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Support or Custody Modification After a Stamford Divorce

by Anthony Piazza | Aug 26, 2016

Support or Custody Modification After a Stamford Divorce When parties go through a divorce or other family law case involving…

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Does Mediation Really Work?

by JP Vendor | Jul 15, 2016

The divorce process can be tedious, costly, and filled with tension, so minimizing the toll it takes on all parties…

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How Can I Co-Parent Effectively With My Ex?

by Anthony Piazza | Mar 28, 2016

Connecticut Divorce Lawyer Your divorce is final.  The property is divided and both you and your former spouse have gone…

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My Financial Situation Is Complicated. What Do I Need to Know?

by Anthony Piazza | Mar 14, 2016

Connecticut Divorce Lawyer Sometimes people find themselves in complicated financial situations when getting a divorce. One or both spouses work,…

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Prenups can protect the assets you want to keep in divorce 1

by Anthony Piazza | Jan 05, 2015

divorce lawyer in Stamford On behalf of Law Offices of Piazza, Simmons & Grant, L.L.C. – divorce lawyer in Stamford…

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Divorce Lawyer Stamford News: How Can I Change a Child Support Order?

by scio | Feb 17, 2014

Each year, people from all walks of life turn to a divorce lawyer Stamford in order to change an existing…

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Connecticut Family Law Attorneys Discuss Divorce Without Attorneys

by scio | Mar 18, 2013

Divorcing couples often wonder if they need to hire Connecticut family law attorneys to handle their legal separation or divorce.…

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Experienced Connecticut Family Lawyer Discusses Getting a Legal Separation

by scio | Mar 04, 2013

A Connecticut family lawyer can answer your questions about a legal separation. Getting a Legal Separation Your Connecticut family lawyer will…

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Your Connecticut Divorce Lawyer Will Explain the Deposition Process

by scio | Feb 18, 2013

A Connecticut divorce lawyer will give you advice when you are preparing to testify at your deposition. Before testifying, it is…

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Connecticut Family Lawyers Discuss the Failure to Pay Alimony

by scio | Feb 11, 2013

The vast majority of parents willingly contribute to the financial care of their children, but court-ordered alimony is also a…

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