Guiding You Through the Divorce Process
Are you considering a divorce? Have you already been served with divorce papers? Do want to ensure that you receive your fair share of property and continue to have a relationship with your children? If so, the Connecticut attorneys at Bellenot & Boufford, LLC, can help.
Tailoring Solutions to Fit Your Unique Needs
There is no such thing as a one-size-fits-all divorce. Every case is different, and every case needs to be handled with individualized attention. Our attorneys understand the importance of focusing on the unique needs of each and every client. You can be confident that we can help you meet your needs.
When you visit our law firm, we will start by learning about your situation. We will then let you know how the law applies to your situation. We want you to understand the process and what your options are before filing divorce papers. For instance, you may wish to seek a legal separation instead of a divorce. In some cases, mediation may be more efficient, less expensive option than traditional litigation. We will give you a thorough overview of the divorce process so you can make informed decisions moving forward.
Meeting Your Immediate Needs While Working Toward Your Long-Term Goals
There are temporary orders that can be put into place to address immediate issues while your case is pending. There are safety nets for emergencies. If your spouse attempts to flee with your child or your property, you can take action. No matter what happens, we are here for you from the start of the process to the finish.
Skilled Handling of All Divorce-Related Legal Matters
Divorce cases are complex matters that involve a variety of issues that need to be addressed. Our attorneys can handle your divorce and any related matters, including:
Child custody and visitation: The courts will attempt to reach a custody resolution that is in the best interests of your child. Of course, they do not know your child and they type of relationship he or she has with you and the other parent. That is why we will advocate on behalf of both your and your child’s interests. We also serve unwed parents who are facing custody and visitation issues.
Relocation: The circumstances of one’s life are constantly changing. If you or your child’s other parent needs to move out of the area, for any reason, we can help protect your interests during relocation and custody proceedings.
Alimony/child support: Whether you are seeking or are being asked to pay alimony and/or child support, we will seek a fair result that every party can live with.
Restraining orders: During a divorce, emotions run high, and instances and allegations of domestic violence are not uncommon. Whether you have been the victim of domestic abuse or have been falsely accused, we are committed to protecting your rights.
Division of retirement assets: Dividing retirement assets presents some of the most difficult challenges in a divorce case. We can help determine the value of assets as well as present a plan for a fair and equitable division.
Bankruptcy and divorce: When a family is struggling with significant debt, it may make sense to file for joint bankruptcy, even if you are going through a divorce. Our attorneys can help you determine which option is best for you.
We have more than 50 years of combined experience guiding clients through the divorce process in Fairfield County, New Haven County and surrounding areas of Connecticut. Our experience can help you find the peace of mind during this difficult time.
Contact Our Family Law Attorneys for Free and Meaningful Phone Consultations
If you are going through a divorce or are struggling with a family legal matter, seek experienced legal help as soon as possible. Our attorneys offer free initial phone consultations, so you can discuss your legal matter and make informed decisions about your case. Call 203-304-9050 (877-286-3414 toll free) or contact us online to schedule your free initial phone consultation.
Difference between annulment and divorce
Life Insurance and divorce
How to prepare for divorce 1
How to prepare for divorce 2
Five ways to protect your Children
Can I get an annulment
Think you can’t afford an attorney
Limited scope representation
Can spouse and I use one attorney
Divorce versus legal separation
Understanding the divorce process
Plaintiff or defendant
Is this Disney World
Spots are still there
What a production
Why do judges do that
Is mediation the right choice
Family Law Articles of Interest
- Difference Between an Annulment and Divorce
- Life Insurance and Divorce
- HOW TO PREPARE FOR DIVORCE (Part 2)
- HOW TO PREPARE FOR DIVORCE (Part 1)
- 5 WAYS TO PROTECT YOUR CHILDREN DURING A DIVORCE
- CAN I GET AN ANNULMENT?
- Think You Can’t Afford An Attorney?
- What is Limited Scope Representation?
- Can My Spouse and I use one Divorce Attorney?
- Divorce versus Legal Separation
- Limited Scope Legal Representation?
- Understanding the Divorce Process
- Plaintiff or Defendant: Does it matter in a divorce action?
- Fast Track Divorces
- The Spots Are Still There
- Reaching a Settlement
- What a Production!
- Why Do Judges Do That?
- Is mediation the right choice for your divorce in Connecticut?