Also See: Connecticut Divorce Laws
Title 46b of the Connecticut Legislature is “Family Law” Title 46b, Chapter 815e is where you can find the Connecticut Marriage Code and all relevant sections, which describe in detail the laws that affect marriage in Connecticut.
Connecticut Marriage (Title 46b, Chapter 815e): cga.ct.gov
Connecticut Premarital Agreement Act (Title 46b, Ch. 815e, Section 46b-36a – 36j):cga.ct.gov
can your husband or wife become legally responsible for debt aquired by either the wife or husband even if we dont live in the same state. my husband lives in New mexico,who abandoned my daughter and myself in 1993, and refuses to divorce me.
this makes it impossible to get married and get any of the possible benefits that would be available to myself and my fiance to be.. I am also applying for SSDI does being legally married affect those benefits. I have tried several times to get a divorce but as i said refuses. I would appreciate your feedback on this