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Law Office of Robert L. Fiedler
17 Walnut Street
New Britain, CT 06051

Toll Free: (866) 707-5993
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Hartford County Divorce Attorney

Child Support Lawyer Serving Wethersfield and the Surrounding Areas

At the Law Office of Robert L. Fiedler, I provide comprehensive divorce representation to clients located throughout Hartford, New Britain and surrounding Connecticut communities. With over 20 years of experience handling a range of family law-related issues, I pride myself on offering personalized representation that is designed to meet your specific needs. I take the time to explain everything in plain language, not complicated legal jargon.

To schedule an initial consultation to speak with me about your divorce or any related issue, please call 866-707-5993 or contact my New Britain law office online .

Divorce

In Connecticut, it is not necessary for a party to prove fault in a divorce. Though a judge may consider fault when determining property division and alimony matters, Connecticut is a "no fault" divorce state. As an experienced Hartford divorce lawyer , I can help you understand what this means for your case and how it may affect the outcome. I also handle uncontested divorces where the parties have made arrangements outside of court. Usually in these cases no children are involved, as issues involving children are frequently highly contested. I can also provide mediation services to help you and your spouse resolve divorce issues.

I also handle cases involving domestic violence restraining orders and protective orders , which often end in divorce. I can handle both the criminal court proceedings and the family court proceedings.

Children's Issues: Child Custody, Visitation and Child Support

When a divorce involves children, it is especially important to keep their best interests in mind when settling issues like child custody and child support. There are a few different types of custody that may be sought, including joint custody and sole custody. I will explain the different custodial arrangements and how they may impact your family. Child support is set by state guidelines. As an experienced Connecticut child support attorney, I can walk you through these guidelines and determine how much support you may be entitled to or ordered to pay.

Property Division

Dealing with the division of property in the course of a divorce can be complicated. Parties may argue over what is separate property and what is part of the marital estate. Through careful analysis and attention to detail, I can help clients pursue the property to which they are entitled, which can include homes and other real estate , cars, property, personal items, pensions, 401(k)s, stock options and many other types of assets.

Spousal Support/Alimony

Though spousal support (commonly known as alimony) is not ordered in every divorce case, each situation must be examined to determine if it is appropriate to award one spouse payments from the other spouse. A court considers many factors when determining spousal support, including the age of the parties, length of the marriage and earning capacity of each spouse.

Contact a Connecticut Divorce Lawyer Today

To learn more about your options in a divorce, please schedule a free initial consultation with me. Call 866-707-5993 or contact my law firm online . My offices are located two blocks from the New Britain Courthouse, just 20 minutes from Rockville, Middletown or New Britain. I accept PayPal.