How much does it cost to file for divorce in CT?
In Connecticut, the total fee for getting a divorce is $525. This includes a $350 “court filing fee,” a $50 fee for serving court papers on your spouse (which you will pay to the state marshal), and $125 for the required parenting education class.
Who gets the house in a divorce in CT?
Section 46b-81). This means that a court can allocate between the spouses all assets and debts in the name of the spouses jointly or either of them individually. A court may order one spouse to transfer title of the family home to the other spouse or order one or both spouses to sell the home.
Where do I get divorce papers in CT?
The State of Connecticut's Judicial Branch maintains a divorce self-help website. Additionally, each court has a clerk's office and many courts have a court service center with staff available to answer your questions and give you information about court procedures (but can't give legal advice).