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Parenting plans can help ease children through divorce

When Connecticut parents of young children decide to end their marriage, one of the most emotional aspects can be dividing time with their offspring. Child custody and parenting time can be a major concern of both parties who don't want the divorce to become a roadblock to their relationship with their children. Even when the divorcing spouses are very angry with one another, absent situations of abuse, it can be particularly important to protect the children's relationships with both of their parents.

How to end a marriage properly this year

According to a poll from the Independent, as much as 20 percent of couples consider getting a divorce after the holiday season. Connecticut residents that are considering ending their marriages may want to take certain steps to protect themselves throughout the process. One important step is to gather as much financial information as possible. This includes recent tax returns, credit card statements or anything else that may provide clues about a household's financial status.

The use of digital spying during a divorce

Connecticut couples that are considering divorce may be interested in learning that digital tools are increasingly being used by people as a way to gather information about their spouses without their knowledge. Some of these devices, such as GPS trackers that can be attached to vehicles or spyware installed on computers and phones, can alert someone as to whom his or her spouse is talking or where he or she is going.

Parenting styles might clash so come up with a plan

Working together with an ex-spouse isn't always going to be easy. But when you have children together, the child custody agreement is going to require you to keep up contact with each other. Depending on the type of child custody arrangement you have, the contact might be minimal or very involved.

OSHA provides safety tips for snow removal

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration is more than familiar with the dangers that workers face when removing snow. The federal organization has investigated cases of people being suffocated in snow, falling from snow-covered roofs and having body parts amputated through contact with snow blowers. This is why outdoor workers in Connecticut should know about the tips that OSHA offers for safe snow removal.

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