What is an uncontested trial divorce in CT?
In an uncontested divorce, both spouses are able to work out and agree on the important issues so there is no need for a trial. Most divorces are settled this way. The issues to work out may include property division, child custody and visitation, child support and alimony.
Does Connecticut have no fault divorce?
Connecticut is a “no-fault” divorce state, meaning that one only needs to state that their marriage is “broken down irretrievably” to dissolve their marriage. “No fault,” however, does not mean that a court will not consider whether one spouse is the reason why the marriage broke down to begin with.
Why is my wife delaying the divorce?
There are countless reasons a spouse might try to delay divorce proceedings, such as: Unhappiness about the divorce. Desire to make the divorce process as long and difficult as possible. Revenge or punishment.
Why drag out a divorce?
Someone may be delaying the divorce and dragging it out as being a form of punishment or payback to their ex, to benefit financially, to attempt to financially drain the other party, to delay ending a marriage, or some other agenda.