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The Collaborative Divorce Process

The collaborative divorce process identifies the priorities and needs of each spouse, gathers and exchanges information, develops & evaluates options & alternatives, and constructs a sustainable agreement . . .

NEWS AND EVENTS

  CDP updates brochure, "What Is Collaborative Divorce". Free to Connecticut residents.   CDP launches new website with expanded information and member updates . . .
  Collaborative Divorce Professionals weclomes new members to the team . . .

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WHAT IS COLLABORATIVE DIVORCE?

Collaborative divorce is a positive solution-oriented approach to divorce that allows spouses and their respective attorneys to reach an agreement without the threat of going to court. As a divorcing spouse in a collaborative divorce, you will not be asking the court to determine your fate. Instead you will work together with all parties to decide what is best for your family.

The team of collaborative professionals encourage open communication and mutual respect. The process will:
  • utilize problem-solving techniques
  • seek to identity and brain storm solutions that are acceptable to both spouses
  • offer support when you need it most
  • prioritize the needs of any children
More than the traditional court based legal approach, collaborative divorce offers a team approach using skilled and compassionate professionals. You may have concerns over your children's well being or your future financial security. This process allows a child specialist, financial accountant or analyst, pension attorney, communication coach, or others to ease these concerns and assist you and your collaborative divorce attorney. Your attorney offers legal advice and expertise on the judicial process and understands your needs.

To find out more about collaborative divorce, download our free updated brochure and contact one of the collaborative professionals listed on our "The Collaborative Professionals" page.

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