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Divorcing An Adventurer

Divorcing An Adventurer

 

Many of us make the mistake of falling in love with exciting but irresponsible people. When the spell is over, the reckoning can be severe.

Whatever the nature of your spouse’s wild streak, protecting yourself from his or her rash decision making is an important consideration for many people contemplating divorce.

What’s to prevent your estranged spouse from taking all the money in your joint accounts and high-tailing it off to Africa to join Tony Robbins on a safari? Or going to a fancy restaurant in NYC and charging on your credit card a magnum of the most expensive champagne money can buy?

Your efforts to establish reasonable financial or behavioral ground rules may be seen as unduly controlling and tyrannical actions by your wayward once-better half.

While you may be stumped about how best to deal with a spouse who is a clear and present danger to you and even to him/her financial well-being, Hirsch Legal LLC has been dealing effectively with similar situations for over a decade. We will help you bring your life under control, whether you choose divorce court, mediation, or another approach to settling your differences.

Principal attorney Carmina K. Hirsch, Esq.has been recognized as one of Connecticut’s leading divorce and family law practitioners. We serve clients in New Haven and throughout Fairfield County (Bridgeport, Westport, Stamford, Danbury). An adventure gone haywire does not need to ruin your financial future. Take action to defend your legal rights and financial stability before it’s too late!

Contact Us:
Hirsch Legal, LLC
4 Research Drive, Suite 402
Shelton, CT 06484

T: 203-779-7337
F: 203-779-7338

We serve clients in Divorce, Child Custody, Child Support, Alimony, Same Sex Marriage, Divorce, Mediation, Modification, Contempt.

Serving Ansonia, Milford, Waterbury, Bridgeport, Fairfield, New Haven, Stamford, Connecticut.

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