DRUG ADDICTION AND CHILD CUSTODY CASES

On behalf of Siegel & Kaufman, P.C. | Sep 21, 2020 | Child Custody When it comes to custody decisions, courts go over many different factors while trying to find an outcome that is in the best interests of children. Domestic...

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HOW CAN I DISCUSS A PRENUPTIAL WITH MY PARTNER?

On behalf of Siegel & Kaufman, P.C. | Oct 4, 2020 | Prenuptial And Postnuptial Agreements According to the U.S. Census Bureau, divorce rates have been on the decline over the last ten years. However, marriage rates have...

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IS MEDIATION A GOOD OPTION FOR YOUR HIGH-ASSET DIVORCE?

On behalf of Siegel & Kaufman, P.C. | Oct 13, 2020 | Divorce Divorcing couples with a high net worth often dread litigation for several reasons including the public scrutiny that accompanies court proceedings. If you and your...

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WHAT IS PARENTAL ALIENATION?

On behalf of Siegel & Kaufman, P.C. | Oct 19, 2020 | Divorce After a divorce, both parents are encouraged to maintain a strong, loving relationship with their children. This is why most courts prefer to award joint custody,...

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UNDERSTANDING THE IMPORTANCE OF YOUR VALUATION DATE

On behalf of Siegel & Kaufman, P.C. | Nov 3, 2020 | Divorce As you prepare for your divorce proceedings in Connecticut, you will likely view the valuation of your marital assets with a great deal of interest. Yet as many of...

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WHEN SHOULD YOU CONSIDER AVOIDING MEDIATION?

On behalf of Siegel & Kaufman, P.C. | Nov 10, 2020 | Divorce Mediation could help protect your finances and future, but not every divorce qualifies for mediation. How do you know when traditional high-asset divorce makes for a...

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WHAT CAN NULLIFY A PRENUPTIAL AGREEMENT?

On behalf of Siegel & Kaufman, P.C. | Nov 30, 2020 | Prenuptial And Postnuptial Agreements Prenuptial agreements can protect both parties when you do them correctly. However, mistakes in the document or the circumstances...

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INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY AND DIVORCE

On behalf of Siegel & Kaufman, P.C. | Dec 11, 2020 | Firm News Ideas can be worth millions and that makes them high-value assets in a divorce. Since Connecticut is an equitable distribution state, a divorce court divides...

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COLLABORATION ALLOWS YOU TO CONTROL YOUR HIGH-ASSET DIVORCE

On behalf of Siegel & Kaufman, P.C. | Dec 29, 2020 | Divorce When there are significant assets involved in a divorce, the traditional courtroom process will likely become lengthy, expensive and contentious. Collaborative...

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WHAT MAKES PRIVATE BUSINESS VALUATION A COMPLEX MATTER?

On behalf of Siegel & Kaufman, P.C. | Jan 6, 2021 | Divorce Now that you face divorce as the owner of a profitable business, one of your first steps is to assess the fair market value of your company. If your spouse has an...

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