Connecticut Divorce Attorney
Divorce: We Can Help You Protect Your Future
At the Kocian Law Group, we understand that the decision to file for divorce can be one of the most difficult, heart-breaking and complicated decisions that one can make. Just as no two marriages are the same, no two divorces are the same. Our divorce lawyers will always take the time to discuss your needs, concerns and the best approach to handle your unique divorce case.
Once you have made the decision to proceed with a divorce, it is important to retain counsel immediately. The reality is that divorce is a complicated and stressful matter. Even the friendliest of divorces can become litigious in an instant when emotions run high.
Conveniently Available To Help
With evening and weekend appointments, and with offices in Manchester, New Britain, Waterbury, New York, and Hartford, our divorce lawyers are conveniently available to help you. Our attorneys have the experience, client recommendations, and results to effectively and aggressively represent you to ensure your rights are protected. Contact us today to set up a consultation.
Connecticut Divorce | First Steps
Because Connecticut uses a “no-fault” divorce system, neither spouse gains an advantage by filing for divorce first. Fault is relevant to other areas in the divorce process, particularly the division of assets and liabilities. We take care to ensure you understand and are prepared for how the process works.
Connecticut law is also peculiar in that there is a mandatory cooling off period that prevents a final judgment from entering until at least 90 days have expired from the date you file your case. However, during that period of time much work can and will be done to value assets and determine outstanding debts.
In Connecticut, the marital assets and debts are to be “equitably distributed,” or distributed in a way that puts the parties on roughly fair footing with regard to both assets and debts.
Comprehensive Family Law Services
Our attorneys represent clients in a number of divorce and family law matters, including:
- Alimony/spousal support
- Child support
- Enforcement/ post judgment matters
- Protective orders in domestic violence cases
- Asset and debt valuation
- Asset and debt division
If you need to make the tough decision to move forward with your divorce, let us guide you through the process. We can answer whatever questions you may have about your unique circumstances.
Convenience And Superior Service For All Clients
We offer four office locations throughout the state, including Hartford, Manchester, Waterbury and New Britain. Call our office at 860-730-6100 to schedule a consultation.