Divorcing couples in Connecticut have an alternative to litigation to settling the issues between them. In the collaborative divorce model, each person is represented by a lawyer and get help from coaches to come to an agreement out of court about financial and custody matters. This kinder approach allows divorcing couples to work together to come up with a solution that will work for them, as opposed to facing each other across a courtroom. Judges aren’t familiar with what’s best for a particular family; they apply the law as it is written and this approach is less stressful and expensive.
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