Divorce is never an easy process. However, one divorce attorney, using information from sources including state bar associations and legislatures as well as the U.S. Census Bureau, compiled a list of the seven states that are the worst in which to divorce. The list has nothing to do with alimony requirements, child custody laws or other aspects of divorce. It is based on legal and regulatory requirements such as extensive waiting periods and expensive filing fees.
While Connecticut is not one of them, three of our neighboring and nearby states are. These are New York, Rhode Island and Vermont.