Connecticut Divorce Attorney

Practice Areas

Divorce

The divorce attorneys and mediators at Ollenu, Green & Associates understand that each divorce is different and that they need to bring different skills to each situation. Our law firm is dedicated to helping our clients through the... Read More

Divorce Mediation

The common perception about divorce is that it is inherently contentious with you and your spouse on opposite sides of the table fighting it out in court through your attorneys to get as much as possible. No wonder why people are terrified of... Read More

Collaborative Divorce

Collaborative divorce is a new form of divorce resolution that, although not widely practiced, is gaining traction in Connecticut. In a collaborative divorce, each spouse has their own attorney in the traditional attorney-client relationship.... Read More

Divorce Litigation

There are times when you just can’t avoid going to court to settle your divorce. In these situations, our divorce attorneys will vigorously represent you to make sure you get the best settlement possible.

Child Custody & Support

Of all aspects of divorce, issues around child custody and support tend to be the most sensitive. When parents divorce and they can’t agree on what is in their children’s best interest, the courts intervene and must make decisions for the family... Read More

Prenuptial Agreements

A prenuptial agreement is an agreement between 2 people before they get married that addresses the ownership of their respective assets if they should ever divorce. For some couples, especially those entering into a second marriage, a prenuptial... Read More

Legal Separation

What Is Legal Separation?

Legal separation is a court order that outlines responsibility for spousal support, child custody, child support, and the division of assets between a couple who live apart but are still married. When a couple... Read More

Post Judgment Modifications

What Is a Post Judgment Modification?

Circumstances change. And sometimes it becomes necessary to modify the terms of a divorce agreement when one party’s circumstances change so much that it becomes difficult to comply with the terms... Read More

Termination of Parental Rights, ( TPR ) Appeals and DCF Matters

There is nothing more traumatizing to a parent than having their child taken from them; When the Connecticut Department of Children and Families (DCF) begins a legal process known as a TPR action, that is exactly what can happen. Our Attorneys... Read More