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Legal Information: Connecticut
Updated: October 29, 2020
Where can I find additional information about divorce laws in Connecticut?
The State of Connecticut Judicial Branch has the following information:
- court forms for your divorce proceeding;
- a video on how to file for divorce; and
- a do-it-yourself divorce guide, which includes topics like what you should do if you are experiencing domestic violence and considering divorce, a glossary of common words you may encounter in your divorce, the divorce procedure, and alimony.
WomensLaw.org is unrelated to the above organizations and cannot vouch for the accuracy of their sites. We provide these links for your information only.
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