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Do Lawyers Make Divorce Less Predictable?

Survey reveals big disagreements on what's basically fair

The Connecticut Law Tribune

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Fairfield County Bar Association president Eric Broder, a matrimonial lawyer, says that "aside from serious health problems, about the worst thing people experience in their lives is a divorce."

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  • confused citizen

    The confusion runs deeper. What is alimony for? What goal are judges trying to achieve by awarding alimony? The statute does not say, and the ca
    se is not helpful.

  • Chris

    Enjoyed the seminar last week - very informative and thought provoking.

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