Face Your Divorce With Confidence

Does your divorce feel like the end of the world? Or does it feel like a relief — a soon to be achieved light at the end of a tunnel of strife and uncertainty? Whatever your divorce means to you, the legal realities will have long-lasting implications. You owe it to yourself and your family to protect your finances and your future prudently.

At Budlong & Budlong, LLC, it is imperative that our clients know their rights and be instrumental in having a part in determining the best way forward toward a dissolution of their marriage. You may seek a lawyer to serve you by:

  • Evaluating any existing prenuptial agreement to determine whether it is enforceable or can be challenged
  • Reviewing an informal agreement between you and your spouse as you approach divorce, about how you propose to divide assets and parenting responsibilities
  • Representing you through property division negotiations or mediation, whereby the two of you will arrive at a settlement agreement
  • Representing you in traditional divorce litigation as the petitioner or the respondent

Whatever your unique circumstances and concerns, we are confident we can fulfill your needs with your best interests clearly in focus every step of the way.

What Is Most Important To You As You Prepare For Your Divorce?

"Your best interests" should take into account your priorities such as:

Getting through a divorce with your dignity intact can be a challenge like no other you have faced before. We have faith in you and in our ability to guide you through the process. Our goal is to share with you a clear understanding of legal processes, requirements and repercussions of decisions you will need to make along the way. With years of experience in family law practice in Connecticut, our divorce lawyers can also help with post-divorce issues that may arise such as a need to modify a custody or support order. We advise on other family law matters such as paternity and grandparents' rights.

Some Free Advice To Start With

Whether you feel ready to talk to an attorney or not, our Hartford law firm urges you to watch carefully how you use social media accounts beginning right now. We will gladly advise you on ways to prevent trouble in your divorce or child custody process through posts on Facebook, Instagram or any online forum. Learn more about this and other divorce planning issues by contacting Budlong & Budlong, LLC, at your earliest convenience. Our lawyers and paralegals are on the alert, ready to receive and answer your phone call or email inquiry. Call 860-727-9900 or complete our online intake form. We pledge to respond quickly and attentively.