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Like other alternatives to the traditional litigated divorce, collaborative divorce is a more dignified way of separating that allows the spouses, the children, and even the assets, to emerge healthy. Collaborative divorce addresses the three dimensions of divorce; legal, emotional and financial. It is a process by which divorcing couples, together with specially trained professionals, work as a team to resolve disputes respectfully without going to court.
Collaborative Law is the latest trend in divorce. Its a process where both clients and both attorneys meet together in a series of four-way negotiations to achieve resolutions to matters such as finances and custody.
When dividing property, the Connecticut court considers the value of the homemaker's services. In brief marriages, the court will try to divide the property so that the parties are in the same financial condition as they were before the marriage. In longer marriages, the court will try to divide the property 50-50. Ultimately, the division of property may vary widely from case to case depending on the court's analysis of a number of factors.
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