Can you disinherit a spouse in CT?

Can you disinherit a spouse in CT?

Connecticut’s laws giving a spouse an elective share mean that you cannot just disinherit your spouse by writing a will and leaving all of your money or property to someone else. Our legal team has also helped many spouses during the probate process to exercise their right of election to obtain a fair inheritance.

How common is cheating in marriages?

Cheating and affairs are more common among the rich and less common in conservative cultures. Estimates today find married men cheating at rates between 25 percent and 72 percent. Given that many people are loath to admit that they cheat, research on cheating may underestimate its prevalence.13 de fev. de 2012

How do you know your wife cheated on you?

10 Signs Your Spouse Is CheatingHow do you know if your partner is cheating? Improved appearance. Secretive phone or computer use. Periods where your significant other is unreachable. Significantly less, or more, or different sex in your relationship. Your partner is hostile toward you and your relationship. An altered schedule.Mais itens…•10 de dez. de 2018